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Kiln Firing Services

4-Day Turnaround!
Current firing service clients:
Drop off and pick up anytime during business hours.

New to our Firing Service?
Drop off Mon - Friday 9-2pm and Sat 9-12pm.
Please note you may drop off or pick up on Sunday's, but the 4 day turnaround excludes Holiday's and Sunday's.
Firing Service Totes

​3 Gal. tote = 1 -1227 ½ shelf

Exterior dimensions: H 6.688 in, W 6.25 in, D 15.687 in

  • .04 cu = $20.00         Bisque

  • .05 cu = $25.00         Low Fire Glaze

  • .06 cu = $35.00         Cone 6

7 Gal. tote = 2 -1227 ½ shelves

Exterior dimensions: H 9.89 in, W 12.79 in, D 19.16 in

  • .04 cu = $50.00         Bisque

  • .05 cu = $60.00         Low Fire Glaze

  • .06 cu = $70.00         Cone 6

12 Gal. tote = 3½-1227 ½ shelves

Exterior dimensions: H 12.5 in, W 16.3 in, D 21.88 in

  • .04 cu = $85.00        Bisque

  • .05 cu = $105.00       Low Fire Glaze

  • .06 cu = $125.00       Cone 6

Whole kiln

$ 170.00  Bisque

$ 210.00  Low Fire Glaze

$ 250.00 Cone 6


Tote deposit for duration of firing services and refundable with return of usable tote.


  • All ceramics that exceeds the tote allotment will be charged at least the next tote size up

  • Only one type of firing per tote, each tote may only contain one firing style, bisque, low fire glaze, or Cone 6. If you have two firings, then you will need two totes.

  • Drop off for first time firing service: Monday - Friday 9-2pm and Saturday before 12pm.


  • All work must be less than ½” thick.

  • No paper clay, paper, or organic materials allowed in kiln.

  • Work must be bone dry before it is brought to studio.

  • All cone 6 glaze work will be free from glaze on the bottom/base.

  • We recommend bubble wrap or corrugated paper to transport fragile clay works in supplied totes. No other boxes will be allowed.



  • Clay works can be very fragile and we do our best to handle everything with care but we are not responsible for items being broken or glaze defects.

  • Clients accept the risks to clay works associated with community firing. We are not responsible for damage to works that occurs as a result of another’s mishap.

  • Clients will be responsible for the cost of any damages to the kiln, shelves, or posts caused by client errors such as incorrect glazing, enclosed forms with no steam hole, mistaken clay body or wrong glaze temperature.



  • Fired pottery and clay works are a bit unpredictable by nature. Reasonable variances can happen during firing, especially with glazing.

  • We expect work to be fired and ready in 4 days.

  • We recommend clients pay for an entire kiln if a project is time sensitive.

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