Daniel Lafferty's anagama 1
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The anagama is long, narrow and tall. It has a sloping hearth, and the bricks protruding from the front wall of the firebox below the main fire mouth mark the locations of air intake ports.

The kiln is fired for more than five days, using mainly “black wattle” with some pine if available. Daniel has tried a number of procedures at the end of firings, from oxidation to final stage reduction.

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