Seth from KY took his time on this masterpiece. Work of art (and love) with natural stones of different shapes for the oven.
John from Newcastle AU built his oven from old convict type solid clay bricks. Old metal pieces and cast iron door.
Matt from Brisbane built this interestingly looking spherical oven where he used the glass columns.
Installed oven gauge with 8-position switch, s/steel tubes and thermocouples. Built by Bill in New York.
This oven has back wall blocks cascaded outwards to increase the top surface size. Work by James from Canada.
David didn’t have experience with brick jobs but now he is all fine also with making arches. Shorncliffe, QLD Australia.
Naeem in Seattle, WA, USA finished his oven building. Still insulating it from a ground moisture.
Firebricks from a glass factory were used for building of the cooking part on this oven. By Mary and Harry in Adelaide.
Another Masterly Tail oven design built using solid clay bricks instead of firebricks. By Grant from NSW in Au.
3-combo structure with a very interesting stainless steel hood roof. Built by Brian in New York.
Steve from Devon in England used four 60 x 60 cm slabs to create the base for his brick oven
Mike organized building of another community oven. It is his 3rd oven built, in MN, U.S.
A very practical sourdough bread with culture and baking formula by Chris from Holland
Sourdough culture in easy steps with breads making formula by Chris in Netherlands
Mike built his own oven and he just started building – supervising his second community oven. Minneapolis USA
Different firebrick shape. Changing the oven internal width to 36 inches. Instead of 34″ – Hearth slab width.
Solid granite arches and most other material was reclaimed. Project by Shawn from Texas.
Wales meets Italy and Greece. Spherical dome pizza oven built in Wales by Owen