Richard Aerni on sun 15 may 11
We have multiple copies of both books in my studio, and they are often =3D
used. In fact, I would say that along with Val Cushing's workbook, =3D
those are the three most used texts. All have great info, not only =3D
recipes, but also the whys and wherefores...which are important to =3D
potters wanting to take things further than just the first test.
I don't think it's Ron and John's book, more my clay problems, but I've =3D
been dabbling in firing to cone 6 ox in the past few months and find the =
results very intrigueing.
Off to flog my pots at the Public Market in the rain!