DINNERWARE

PROCESS
Recently thrown dinnerplates covered with slips fill the workspace.
Each piece of dinnerware is personally decorated. No two are the same.
Stacking the glazed and decorated dinnerware for the final firing.
The fully loaded car is wheeled carefully into the kiln.


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