Tag: pit firing
A type of bonfire-firing where wares are buried in sawdust in a pit in the ground and a bonfire is built on top, so that the fire and coals slowly burn away the sawdust and fire the wares. Not to be confused with sawdust smoking. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
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