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Similie: as packed as a can of sardines. these guys cooling down down. if you look closely, the freshly bisqued porcelain has a slight pinkish tint, as compared to its chalky white surface before the firing.
for a bisque load, we've seen some people do a 'tumble stack' in order to maximise the space in the kiln. because greenware is allowed to touch each other at this stage, the pots can simply be stacks or propped up against each other.
most often, we do try to do a bit of the tumble stack too, although we're slightly apprehensive about stacking too high. not so much for the fear of toppling pots, but rather because of the likelihood of collapse due to the accumulated weight of the stacked vessels. bone dry pots are incredibly fragile, so we tend to play it real safe. 😅
please share with us! tag us in a photo of your most adventurous bisque kiln stack! we'd love to see how you push the limits!
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