Saggar firing was originally developed to protect wares from ash-slagging and flame-flashing in wood firings, but in contemporary use, with … Read More
A refractory clay enclosure in which wares are fired.
Charlie and Linda Riggs began experimenting with saggar firing after being disappointed with the results of some of their pit … Read More
Chrome oxide or Cr2O3 is a common studio material that can help produce beautiful colors in the kiln. But it can be … Read More
Terra sigillata is an ultrarefined clay slip that can give a soft sheen when applied to bone-dry wares and, if … Read More