WileyHillMudworks' Shop Announcement

The flame of the wood firing process gives each stoneware pot a warmth and unique character that you will discover more with each use. In fact, the kiln gets so hot (2370 F) that the wood ash melts and becomes a glaze on the surfaces it touches. Some pots have "shadows" from the pots in front of them in the flames path. It's an extreme, less predictable environment, and the survival rate of any pot is far less than other methods of firing pottery (gas, electric, etc.).

These pots are designed for use. They are dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe (but don't put them on a stove top burner).

If you would like additional information or pictures on any item or how it was made, then please don't hesitate to email. I just love talking about this stuff!

For more info, pictures, and description of firing, visit http://wileyhill.com

Thanks for visiting,
Paul Haigh

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.