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This cute little casserole dish got some great colors in the wood kiln! It was fired to temperature above 2350 degrees and got some nice oranges, brown, red, and even some black when the flame licked the sides of the pot. I lined the pot with an orange shino, but it did some interesting things in the bottom of the pot where ash fell. It was fired right-side up as bisqueware on 9 wads.

When I made this casserole dish, I threw the bottom of the pot separately as a flat disc and then stretched it into an oval shape. Then, I threw the wall of the pot, lifted it off the wheel, set it on the bottom, and stretched it into a matching oval shape. From there, I smoothed out the connection points, and when the pot was leather-hard I attached cute little lugs to the widest points.

This little dish is oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe, but when using it for baking, please preheat with the oven to avoid cracking from thermal shock.

The pot measures about 9 1/2 inches from handle to handle, 6 1/2" at the thinnest points, it stands at 2 3/4" tall, and holds about 1.25 quarts.

Small Oval Shaped Wood Fired Casserole Dish with Great Flashing, Coal Marks and Shino Liner Glaze 2


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: shino, ash, wood, kiln, my hands, clay
  • Only ships to United States from North Carolina, United States.
  • Feedback: 67 reviews
  • Favorited by: 20 people