it must have been difficult to set up as a potter after your time at Dartington, those glazes were stunning
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It's not just the glazes, it's the controlled reduction firing of the kiln. I've worked at Jingdezhen in China, where the kiln firing is rapid and at a higher temperature. I've used John Britt's book of high fire glazes. I am hoping to work with a more sympathetic kiln in Melbourne.
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