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Tilted Lough Vessels
The pieces are thrown as enclosed 'cushioned' vessels and not pierced until partially dry to retain the volumptuous form. The inspiration behind these pieces was the vast tidal flow through the "Narrows", the mouth of Strangford Lough in County Down.

Thrown on the wheel in an inverted position. The pieces are then wired off with a corrugated wire and allowed to rest. When partially dry a hole is pierced in the top. The vessels are then fired at 1260 °C after applying a green barium glaze.

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