We unloaded the kiln today out in Cedar Grove and I would say about 95% was really sweet!
My barns are all toasty brown and craggy. This is the grogweemee clay from Starworks and I love love love it! I used it for hand building and throwing and I was very happy with it.
my orange shino bowls are white and crazing a bit. Clearly we got zero reduction but the white is really pretty. I have only fired this kiln a couple of times and none of us really know how to get reduction in a wood kiln, helpful input would be great if you have suggestions! I know how to reduce in a gas kiln, but if I fire this kiln again I want more knowledge on wood firing shinos or I'm going to use something that doesn't really require reduction. The yellow salt and temmoku glazes fired beautifully. The kiln is a Ruggles and Rankin design and a really easy kiln to fire, except for the reduction part, we have never got any.