How to estimate your collective firing cost:
multiply LxWxH= Cubic inch
Then take the cubic inch amount and multiply it by 0.03 cents to get your dollar amount.
(Please note there is a 2″minimum for all measurements)
22 Diameter x 27 High
The chamber size is tall enough to fire a 23″ tall pot and wide enough to hold a 21″ platter.
The kiln fires up to cone 10.
Drop Off Time & Things to Know Before You Come:
When can I come to drop off work to be fired?
Monday-Sunday from 9am-7pm.
Please provide where you bought your clay and glazes from and the cone temperature at which the ceramic piece(s) can be fired to avoid any issues.
I suggest you keep your receipt.
For any firings with special requirements such as ramp/ hold or different cone temperatures that are not cone 05, 06, 5,6 you have the option to rent out the whole kiln for $100.
Disclaimer and Refund Policy:
I will not be held responsible for a piece cracking, breaking, blistering, exploding or any other type of unsatisfactory result.
Low-fire glaze requests will be accommodated in the bisque fire kiln. This means you assume the potential risk of a piece exploding in the kiln and sticking to your work and releasing moisture that could interfere with certain low-fire glazes. Each one of your low-fire glazed pieces must be labeled with the cone fire information of the glaze you are using.
I will never fire glazed greenware. Your pieces must have been bisque fired before being glazed.
Payment must be made at drop off and there is no refund available for breakage, cracking, explosion, or imperfect firing of any kind.
Please, come prepared with the list of items you are dropping off and their dimensions.