This vase is blah blah tall. It was fired in a type of wood kiln, called an anagama kiln, this pot was fired for about 3 days. This pot was not glazed on the outside aside from the neck, it was also fired to around 1300 degrees. Its shine comes from natural wood ash which has flown through the kiln during the firing to land on the pots and melt at the extreme high temperature to form a glaze, making the pot shiny. In the case of this firing, it did not get to full temperature after 3 days of firing so this pot was re-fired in an electric kiln to melt all the ash which had landed on it. Check out this link for more info https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anagama_kiln

Side Fired Vase

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