[Clayart] I think I already know, but need to ask regarding re-firing a wood fired piece

Eva Gallagher galla at magma.ca
Tue Oct 4 15:01:44 EDT 2016


Hi - Cyndy - I do it all the ime and the flashing does not disappear. 
However ifyou have some regular glaze n it as well, that may change in 
appearance - like a temmoku may change for the worse.
Eva

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From: "Cyndy Littleton" <shorthill at gmail.com>
To: "Clayart international pottery discussion forum" 
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Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2016 8:12 AM
Subject: [Clayart] I think I already know, but need to ask regarding 
re-firing a wood fired piece


>I have a show this weekend and just got my wood fired pieces out of the
> kiln. Unfortunately there was a cool place in the kiln where all my
> pitchers and ginger jars were situated. The pots flashed beautifully, but
> the glazes did not melt. Normally I would wait it out for the next firing
> (next spring), but have a show. Can I put these pieces in an electric kiln
> and not sacrifice the flashing?
>
> Cyndy
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