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Post  Ev on Sun 29 Nov - 14:45

Chris did many saggar firings using a gas kiln.
He would put seaweed and shells in the saggar with the unglazed pots
and they would come out of the firings with wonderful glowing natural colours.

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Post  Ev on Thu 1 Nov - 13:03

The Potters Marks book and NZ Potters site have spelt Chris' name incorrectly !!!
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