Tag: salt firing; salt glazing
Vapor-glazing process where salt (sodium chloride) is introduced into kiln firebox at high temperature.
Long a process of industry, salt firing has also been embraced by ceramic artists and potters because of the beautiful … Read More
Just the Facts
French stoneware and Limoges porcelain
Primary Forming Method
throwing, extruding, and handbuilding
Primary Firing Temperature
raw-firing in wood/salt cross-draft kiln to cone … Read More
Atmospheric firing is really exciting because you can continue to influence the surfaces of your pots all the way through … Read More
Salt firing and salt glazing have been common practice in ceramics for centuries, initially as an industrial glazing method, and … Read More
Students in the graduate ceramics program at Edinboro
University are expected to develop a strong individual direction, whether it is
in ceramic … Read More
Jewelry box, 4.5 in. (11 cm) in height, soda-fired porcelain.
Bowl, 11 in. (28 cm) in diameter, soda-fired porcelain.
Over time, traditions … Read More