The making process of my handcrafted ceramics
Once the piece is completely dry, it is time to put it in the kiln for its first firing , which is called bisque firing. During this firing, the kiln generally rises to 980 degrees. It takes about ten hours to reach this temperature, then about 24 hours to cool before I can open it again to take out the pieces.
The next step isglazing. The clay is nowsolidified but still porous. I apply glazes that I make myself from natural raw materials without any toxic ingredients.
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