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Pottery Blog: Emily Murphy

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Postings from a potter making mostly functional soda fired ceramics in Chicago, Illinois. Tutorials, information on soda firing, "tour of ceramics blogs," guest author postings, and updates on Emily Murphy's soda fired functional ceramics.

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Postings from a potter making mostly functional soda fired ceramics in Chicago, Illinois.

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