Heating clay jar
|Skill and improvement|
A clay jar hardened by fire.
Pottery jar is the finished product of a clay jar that has been heated up in a fire. It can be used as a small portable container for items and liquids, for instance when making dye, lye or tannin. Pottery jar is also needed when creating a compass.
- Put the clay jar in a campfire, stone oven or forge (hottest)
- Wait until the grey clay jar turns into a reddish pottery jar. It can take quite a few minutes.
- Pottery jar 0.30 kg
- Holds up to 2.00 kg of liquid.
A hardened pottery jar can no longer be improved, nor repaired.
The jar can also hold other non liquid items. For example 16 apples (3,20 kg). More is to be tested on this subject.
When only 1kg of water is required, 8 hazelnuts will leave room for only 1 kg of water. 5 potatoes and 6 barley leave 1.02 kg of water.