by Thom Bissey
In this process, pieces are placed inside a ceramic container known as a Saggar. The Saggar is filled with various combustibles and chemicals, then placed inside a large kiln and fired. The heat from the kiln causes the combustibles to burn and the chemicals to vaporize leaving traces of color and smoke on the finished piece. No liquid or food!
|Dimensions||11.5 × 11.5 × 15 in|