Pit firing is the first method that humans used to fire pottery almost 30,000 years ago.
It was considered a great milestone in the development of civilization – in part because people were tired of drinking their wine out of wooden buckets.
With such an interesting story behind these pieces, and their ethereal smokey qualities with small splashes of textures and depth, pit-fired pottery makes a welcome gift for someone who likes unique and eclectic pieces.
I find looking at them is a relaxing experience akin to laying on my back and looking at shapes in the clouds.
Check out our selection of pit fired pieces here and see how it is made here.
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30,000 years ago ~~ Good time ! These two are beautiful pieces in grey and copper shades ~~ yes this art is worth watching ! Such beautiful potters vase, the second one shall look good with a bulb holder, making it a lamp. When I shift to Canada /US I shall order this for my new home ! Have a splendid week ahead !
very cool! looking forward to it thank you!
hey, thanks 🙂
Unfortunately I feel like I am face-down in a pit!
in a real pit, the first thing one can do to get right is to turn yourself over and face the sky instead. No idea if that is helpful though!
You do such beautiful pieces. They are each unique and lovely. Thanks for sharing the photos.