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  1. From the album: saggar, horse hair, feathers, foil saggars, Obvara

    these were developed from an idea of using small tiles in a sagger with a pot. The byproduct was intriguing and this is the result for more finished pieces.
  2. My 6 week online course on Alternative firing techniques begins on Nov. 2-Dec 11 https://www.teachinart.com/alternative-firing.html. see more courses available online at https://www.teachinart.com. Marcia
  3. Has anyone tried dried tomatoes as a way to add color to a saggar? I'm asking because I have several sheets of aluminum foil tomatoes have been grilled on, leaving the liquids dried with bits of seeds and such. Tomatoes are acidic, and I plan on trying a piece or two in my next firing, unless someone can tell me why I shouldn't. Opinions?
  4. Recent saggar firing with soluble salts. Fired in saggars in a raku kiln. Marcia
  5. I'm in a bit of a quandary regarding saggar firing. I'd really love to try it, but here's the thing. From what I've read on internet saggar can't be used on functional ware. I've thrown a tall lidded pot and a bud vase/oil holder and I think they both would look really great with the effects of saggar. My question is - having been thrown in stoneware, bisqued to 960 deg C, how would glazing on the inside be affected by saggar firing. I know if I leave unglazed the pot can be used to store spaghetti etc ie. non porous items but the oil pot would not be food safe. If I glaze with earthenware
  6. From the album: saggar, horse hair, feathers, foil saggars, Obvara

    these were developed from an idea of using small tiles in a sagger with a pot. The byproduct was intriguing and this is the result for more finished pieces.
  7. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Glaze fired vase. First experiment combining glaze and saggar firing. Fired first with a commercial glaze on the inside of the vase. Fired in an aluminum foil saggar a second time with ferric chloride, epson salt, horse hair, miracle grow, cobalt carbonate and copper carbonate. Successful test, sold within minutes of being finished.
  8. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Glaze fired vase. First experiment combining glaze and saggar firing. Fired first with a commercial glaze on the inside of the vase. Fired in an aluminum foil saggar a second time with ferric chloride, epson salt, horse hair, miracle grow, cobalt carbonate and copper carbonate. Successful test, sold within minutes of being finished.
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