Jewel Creek Anagama is a wood-fired kiln
located on the Oregon coast, approximately
twenty-five miles south of Tillamook.
Since the first firing of the kiln in
December 1997 there have been four to
seven firings per year. The firing of the
kiln generally lasts four to five days and
is fueled by approximately five cords of
wood that are cut from the surrounding area.
The firing is a twenty-four hour around-the-clock
team effort involving four to six people. Before
it is unloaded, the kiln must cool for at least one week.
For more information on the kiln, please see the history page.