Saggar fired pottery

Saggar fired pottery from Linda Dalton Pottery

By: Linda Dalton Pottery  06/17/2014
Keywords: Pottery Studio, Ceramic Art

After throwing, the pieces are allowed to dry, burnished to a high sheen and then bisqued. After bisquing, organic materials such as fern and flower leaves, hair, coffee grounds and other organics are adhered to the piece. It is then enclosed in a saggar and fired in the raku kiln

Keywords: Ceramic Art, Pottery Studio

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Linda and Jim Dalton are a husband and wife team of artists who create high end ceramic art at their studio near Pinehurst, NC