…After coffee we set off to drive to the last remaining wood fired pottery in Italy. A most unpretentious place just outside the walls of the town that has been run by the same family for over a century and which sells its wares all over the world.
Greg, Kay and the proprietor with some of his yet-unglazed pottery. You can see what I mean by unpretentious, right?
And this is the wood fired kiln. They also have a couple of modern kilns too.
We bought some exquisite wine and water jugs and a couple of other pieces.
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