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by Victor » Oct 28th 15 1:03 pm

Hi All :D

Here are a few new Tea bowls and Guinomi.
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by Victor » Oct 28th 15 1:06 pm

a few more and some inside shots.
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Oct 28th 15 1:08 pm

a few more
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Oct 28th 15 1:09 pm

Guinomi
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Oct 28th 15 1:10 pm

Some more tea bowls
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Oct 28th 15 1:26 pm

That's it for today :)
Cheers
Vic
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by inge » Oct 29th 15 6:59 am

Hello Victor,
Some real beauties there! I especially like the two upright guinomi. Lots to look at in your glazes. May I ask, how high do you fire in between glaze layering? And the final glaze-fire, how high does that go? I imagine you have to fire really slowly...
Thanks for sharing,
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Oct 29th 15 12:43 pm

inge wrote:Hello Victor,
Some real beauties there! I especially like the two upright guinomi. Lots to look at in your glazes. May I ask, how high do you fire in between glaze layering? And the final glaze-fire, how high does that go? I imagine you have to fire really slowly...
Thanks for sharing,
Inge

Hello Inge

Thank you for the kind words :)
Depending on the clay body and glaze, my first firing ranges between 1300 c and 1260 c. Subsequent firings will drop in temperature ( again depending on the glazes that I am using ) gradually with the last firing being 1200 c.
From cold to 550 c takes 9 hours at this point there is a 30 minute soak and after this the temperature rises by approximately 100 c every hour with 30 minute soak at the end of the firing. Cooling is very slow over 5 days.

My pleasure

Vic

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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Dec 3rd 15 1:32 pm

Hi Everyone :D

Here are a few new bowls -
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by Victor » Dec 3rd 15 1:34 pm

A few more -
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Dec 3rd 15 1:49 pm

One more and a couple of interiors -
Happy Christmas
Cheers
Vic :)
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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Chip » Dec 3rd 15 6:32 pm

Truly amazing as always!

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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by debunix » Dec 3rd 15 8:44 pm

Been waiting for one to show up that was a bit smaller than the average....and today, there was one.

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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Dec 4th 15 4:45 pm

Chip wrote:Truly amazing as always!

Thanks for the kind words Chip :D

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Re: Victor Harris ( Erin Pottery )

by Victor » Dec 4th 15 4:48 pm

debunix wrote:Been waiting for one to show up that was a bit smaller than the average....and today, there was one.
It will set off on it's journey to California tomorrow :)