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  1. Kimmy B

    Outdoor firing

    Hi, There has been various discussions and topics very similar (and probably the same if I keep looking) but I have a problem and hoping you lovelies can solve it (note solve: bot trample on). I want to be able to make a mug and bowl that is safe to drink and eat from without a traditional kiln. There, I said it haha! My friend and I are on a mission and have these things available to us: wood- lots of it experience making a mini smelting oven clay (should we go stoneware or earthenware?!) time determination ability to achieve temperatures of 1200c for 6 hours please can someone clever think of how this can be done outside, in nature without a proper kiln! I can get glazes! Thank you all in advance kimmy xx
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