Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)


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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby Chip » Dec 2nd, '11, 16:13

... holy moly ... break out the sunglasses and heat shields! 8) :twisted:
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby debunix » Jan 18th, '12, 16:29

The official Teacup Inspector approved my new turquoise oribe cup that arrived today with my TC TA SO #4 Yunomi. You can see that she is a very thorough inspector--gets right up close and personal with it:

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I like it too. More pictures later, when I have time to take out the big camera.
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby debunix » Jan 22nd, '12, 20:32

I just posted a lot of photos of my TC TA SO #4 'Scallop' yunomi in the 'show off' and the 'SO #4' topics.

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And I have also had a couple of nice tea sessions with my turquoise oribe from the same order

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I'm quite pleased with my split-fire pieces.
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby Chip » Mar 20th, '12, 23:11

Been too long ... is this cool or what?

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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby Chip » Mar 20th, '12, 23:16

... ok let's see some feetsies!!! Some pieces would not cooperate ...

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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby David R. » Mar 21st, '12, 10:18

Spectacular !
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby T-session » Apr 18th, '12, 22:03

Hi Everyone,
Just finished my latest firing and am unloading tomorrow,Thursday after work. I have a couple of quick shots, while it's too hot to unload, just 'cause I am crazy with curiosity as to how it looks/went. I'll let you decide. :D

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More to come soon.
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby Chip » Apr 18th, '12, 22:09

... I would say it went pretty frickin' great! :mrgreen:

I am sure we will all be anxious to see more photos.
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby debunix » Apr 18th, '12, 22:38

That bowl 3rd shelf down on the left looks quite deliciously confused about whether it should be red, blue, or gray.
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby woozl » Apr 18th, '12, 23:19

Yummy
Teaware crack
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby T-session » Apr 19th, '12, 14:49

debunix wrote:That bowl 3rd shelf down on the left looks quite deliciously confused about whether it should be red, blue, or gray.


Thank you all for the comments/compliments, I can't wait to empty it this afternoon. I have 5 or 6 people coming up from Ithaca, NY ( a very "artsy" town") to see the kiln opening. They were there for the spectacular last two hours of the firing.
From what I've seen that tea bowl is silvery like pewter or something on the one side. Kinda like the "snowflakes" look but in silver. Very different. I have a bunch of tea ware mixed in from front to back, including a beautiful custom order 28-30oz teapot in Malcolm's shino for a customer from the D.C. area. The whole firing is in someways different as I tried a different wood combination. Always want to try new things.
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby debunix » Apr 21st, '12, 22:04

Marvelous colors on this shino pot

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Lucky reservee!
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby Chip » Apr 22nd, '12, 10:41

... covert teaware acquisition tactics! :twisted:
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby T-session » Apr 22nd, '12, 11:48

Thank you debunix. It is a stunner!! I wish it wasn't a commission, I would keep it in a heartbeat! It's one I would get professional pictures taken of it. Hmmm, maybe I will before I ship it. I'll have to contact the buyer.
I have added new pictures on my flickr site:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/37279328@N07/?saved=1
so I can share some of them with you guys. Here is the spout and a top view of one of the coolest larger teapots I've ever made. It holds 28-30oz.

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And some of those turquoise tea cups, the first one with some silver "snowflakes" as I call them... :? :wink:

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More to follow... next sunny day.
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Re: Wood Fired Ceramics by Bill Perrine (Split-Fire Pottery)

Postby David R. » Apr 23rd, '12, 07:53

Stunning turquoise cups !
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