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.
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The pit-fired items seem to have a different patina, very nice.
I find this too. They seem to have layers of depth that you can not get otherwise. Hard to believe that these pots go in the pit unglazed though and that the effects are all from the materials one chooses to add to the pit.
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