Pit Fired Pear II by Melissa Woodburn
Pit firing is a wonderfully unpredictable "primitive" firing technique for clay. This pear was fired in a shallow pit dug at the beach. The colors come not from glazes but from sawdust, cow dung, salt and seaweed lining the pit. See other pit fired pears in the last photo.
The pear measures approximately 4" high by 3.5" wide.
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