Pit Fired Pottery

Fresh from the flames, and into your home. Don’t worry we have let these beauties cool before we will send them to you. A perfect gift for someone in your life who loves history or ancient cultures or civilizations.

Firing pottery in a pit, or pit firing is an ancient practice that dates back to 25,000 – 29,000 BCE. Learn more about the process here and below you can find some of my examples of pit fired pottery in the gallery below

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11 Comments

  1. OMW! These are gorgeous! They have a bronzy honeyed glow! I read your post on pit firing and can understand why you go through this process.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words Eugenia! Yes they do seem to have a honey glow to me too, and some of the pieces seem to have lots of depth to them.
      I hope you are doing well and have a great weekend ahead!

  2. This is amazing! I used to work as a historical presenter, and sometimes I was in charge of presenting the pottery house at Greenfield Village. It gave me a deeper appreciation in what goes into pottery. 🙂

    1. That is very interesting that you were able to have the opportunity to learn more about pottery and it’s history. Thanks so much for your kind comment. I hope you are well!

  3. There are very few things that remain on my list of foundational experiences in life that have been with me donce the moment I first encountered them. The one that tops them all is the firing of a dragon kiln or hill kiln. Ever since encountering Bernard Leach at a talk he gave in the early 70’s I knew my future course was set. Alchemy in fact is so deeply it. Kudos. Fire and pits. It doesn’t get closer to our essence than that.

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