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Here at Mason House Pottery, Christopher Wuttke creates pottery in his studio with views of the Green Mountains of Vermont. His work is hand thrown on a potter's wheel, using stoneware clay that is trimmed and allowed to dry; Pieces are then fired in a gas kiln in what is called a "bisque" firing to about 1,900 degrees, cooled, glazed and fired again to 2,350 degrees. The kiIn has to cool approximately 48 hours before it can be opened. The process of making pottery to the finished product can take several weeks at a minimum. Since each piece is handmade, no two pieces are alike. When buying pottery online, please understand that Christopher tries to represent an accurate description and a color-correct photograph of each piece as best he can, but there will be slight variations in each piece he makes.  

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