This is the side of the mug that didn’t get as much ash deposited from the anagama woodfiring. I love how the whole story of a firing is laid out in each piece. Whatvfaces the front of the kiln is always so different from what was facing the back of the kiln. The flames and smoke and ash dance around each pot leaving traces of its path. @elanpottery , this is the reverse side – check out both images to see the full pot

This is the side of the mug that didn’t get as much ash deposited from the anagama woodfiring. I love how the whole story of a firing is laid out in each piece. Whatvfaces the front of the kiln is always so different from what was facing the back of the kiln. The flames and smoke and ash dance around each pot leaving traces of its path. @elanpottery , this is the reverse side - check out both images to see the full pot

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