Firing Glazed Pottery with a Gas Kiln

Our kiln is meticulously loaded for optimal heat distribution. The stackable section rolls out for easy access, then wheels back into the chamber. We fire with propane burners, reaching 2,400 °F (1,315 °C) over 10-11 hours. After cooling for two days, the kiln reveals the beautiful results. Explore our picture gallery for a step-by-step guide on firing glazed pottery with cone 10 glazes

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