Unfired brick | Article about unfired brick by The Free Dictionary
A solid masonry unit that has not been fired in a kiln at a high temperature.
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Above-ground cross-draught kilns were built of unfired brick
that hardened during the repeated firings of the structure itself (Hein, Hill and Ramsay, 2004).
The older ones will lift dozens of the unfired bricks
onto wobbly wooden carts and haul the carts loaded with bricks up the banks of the clay pits to stack them for pick up and delivery to the massive kiln.
We had a local brick clay supplier that would dump unfired bricks
in to a pile outside the studio that would disintegrate and age.