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Day 36: 100 Pots in 100 Days


So today I have been madly pricing and photographing. The pricing in the gallery is done I just have to think about the layout of the 100 pots so you can see the journey so far and then, maybe, add a sculpture or two.

Anyway today I threw a nice pair of jugs (yes I am amused at that!). This means I have reached day 36 and thrown 46 pots! that is a total of 82 pots ever thrown in my entire life.

These are the first jugs I have made and the process was taught me by dad in Jug 1 and Jug 2 I did all by myself. I am learning handles next. Hopefully when I have a little time. These will be jugs without handless I expect the clay will be too dry. I might pop down and put a plastic bag on though.


To be completed

Pot of the Day Process Gallery


Clay type: Stoneware toasted

Turned and decorated

Decoration: Not decorated

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