soup bowl out of Dicker clay with black with white slip wiped through
salt fired bottle with thick porcelain and feldspar slip
small soda fired bottle with black slip
salt glazed bowl with rice straw ash chun interior
small money box out of Porcelain giving better rate of interest than any bank
no handle jug blue slip and blue glaze
oven dish with small handles from Folkestone Gault clay note scumming,white slip in with light honey glaze
large dish with chattered Wandle riverbank slip
central detail of chattered dish
salt fired porcelain small bottle
small ct sided bottle in chun and tenmoko glaze woodfired
small eartheware jug,green slip wiped through to black
large vase mi6 clay finger wipes woodfired in clear glaze
small woodfired jug Itchenor slip wiped with rubber tool
medium sized flagon woodfired stoneware
this is what green slip looks like before firing,green wiped through to white
green slip over black wiped through on Dicker clay
White slip wiped through to M 25 clay with honey glaze
soup bowl Dicker clay with scratched white slip with honey glaze
slab built oil bottle 10 inches tall fired at 1200.With leaf resist
wood fired stoneware with MI 6 slip wiped through with a clear glaze
Inside of above
woodfired stoneware wiped slip clear glaze
woodfired beaker wiped through iron bearing slip
woodfired stone ware iron slip with tenmoko glaze
woodfired stone ware wiped through Wandle river slip clear glaze
6 pot condiment thingy dicker clay black glaze
New almost black slip over dicker clay
salt glazed beaker with black slip
This is my version of a costrel,they were taken to the fields with some sort of drink inside,I’l leave it up to you what to put inside.
Large bottle woodfired set on shells in the kiln,the effects of ash can be seen.
Large vase woodfired showing the applied slip underneath a celadon glaze
Money box freshly slipped with directions on what to doA year on, glazed with a honey glaze, if you look carefully you can even see a fiver,proving that it doesn’t just accept coin.
A tudor lady tries out one of the period jugs at the Weald and Downland countryside da
These beakers were double dipped in a black then thin white slip,the decoration was made with a rubber tipped tool,then they were glazed in a honey glaze.
this little bottle went to market…………………
mugs made from Kent clay all slipped with different coloured slips
This bottle was dipped in cream slip,plant leaves were wettedand stuck to the pot,then a green slip was sprayed on.When dry the leaves were taken off leaving their pattern.
same bottle glazed with a green transparent glaze