Brick Chimney or Stucco Chimney Pipe?
Hey guys. On page 58 of the Pompeii plans Version 2.0, there are 2 pictures of igloo enclosure ovens. I prefer the look of the brick chimney. Looking at a picture of my oven how it looks today (attached), is there a way I can still do this with regular brick (not firebrick)?
If not, the picture on the left in the Pompeii plans shows a chimney pipe that has been stucco'd. Can someone explain to me the proper way to do this?
Thank you so much!
PS - Just to clarify, in the picture of my oven, I am only doing an initial test fire. The anchor plate/chimney pipe has not been mortared in yet, but I was hoping to do it tomorrow.
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