This week at the studio in photos – Pit Firing!

This week we got some great new pieces up on the site! That means With the Pit firing completed, these Unique Pit-fired Vases are Now up for sale (like most everything on the site)!

The pit firing right before it began
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Each makes a great one-of-a-kind gift for a friend or for yourself!

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This one I am keeping for my own collection.
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You can see more of our pit fired vases here.

That’s been the week here.

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    1. Hi Vidur! They are similar in that they both use a reduction process, but the pit firing is done in an actual pit with wood and a fire and then oxygen is deprived from the firing. With raku that is also the case, but it tends to be pulled hot from the kiln and added into a reduction container like a garbage can.

      There are also differences in glaze application. You can learn more about pit firing here:

      and raku here:

      1. Thank you so much for the information. I have a friend here in India who is a studio potter….and on each visit there I enjoy learning about the academic part of pottery too. So was curious to know the difference, if any. Thank you!

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