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Next to the kilns, a woman separates the red bark of a certain tree from the water it has been soaked in.  The red-dyed water will be used as a decorative glaze for the pots yet to be fired.  The glaze is most often applied to the neck of the pot.

Next to the kilns, a woman separates the red bark of a certain tree from the water it has been soaked in. The red-dyed water will be used as a decorative glaze for the pots yet to be fired. The glaze is most often applied to the neck of the pot.

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The Makings of a Pot