Beach pots

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Kippering the clay allows it to create its own patterns and textures.

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The path of the flame in the Raku kiln paints the pot.

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Close up of Raku fired surface, the colours of the mineral rich cliffs

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Tea bowls, all incorporating clay and stone from the beach, sitting on a tray found there.

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Lid, spout, handle and saucer have all been found on walks along the shoreline.

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Glazed with Potash Feldspar. this piece sits amongst naturally occuring Feldspar.

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Sand and crushed sandstone added to the clay make this cup feel at home on the beach.

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Salt and iron oxide in the glaze and the kiln reflect the rocks along the shore.

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A day at the seaside

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The Lifeguard looks on, ready to rescue.

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