Horsehair Pottery

Horsehair Pottery from Linda Dalton Pottery

By: Linda Dalton Pottery  06/17/2014
Keywords: Pottery Studio, Ceramic Art, Ceramic Studio

After the piece is thrown, it is allowed to dry, polished to a fine sheen, then bisqued. The bisqued piece is fired in a raku kiln up to a temperature of 1250 degrees F, it is removed from the kiln and pieces of horsehair are draped on the hot pot, leaving the distinctive lines. We specialize is producing custom horsehair pottery from the hair of a specific horse. Please contact us for details.

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