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Wheel thrown and soda fired white stoneware bowl. Fired to 2350 degrees f. in a sodium atmosphere. 10" w x 2" h. Glazed with a soft, semi-matte pale yellow glaze over trails of resist to form tiger stripes.

Food, dishwasher and microwave safe.

Marked down from $39.00

Soda firing is a process similar to salt glazing, but minus the harmful pollutants. Soda firing uses sodium bicarbonate and/or soda ash introduced into the kiln at peak temperature to produce a hard, safe glaze. The soda vapors swirl unpredictably in the kiln, changing the glazes in wonderful and often surprising ways. Hitting the pot from various angles, the vapors produce warm orange colored flashing on the naked clay and where thick, often an orange-peel texture.

Soda firing is an exciting process and can produce results that range from the earthy ruggedness of stoneware to the refined elegance of glazed porcelain.

Sale Half Price - soda fired shallow serving bowl


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: white stoneware clay, pale yellow and soda glazes
  • Only ships within United States.
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