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Salt Firing

Traditionally, rocksalt is thrown into the fire at the maturing temperature of the clay until an orange-peel textured clear glaze appears; contemporarily, any sodium put into a kiln at any temperature, or during a post-firing after a work has already been fired once; salt is deleterious to kiln bricks.


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