This is a slightly altered piece -- squished in the sides and dimpled it. Glazed in Shaner White with Lavendar around the rim on a bias.
5" covered jar that was soda fired. The soda deposited quite nicely on the lid but not so much on the body. The body was not glazed on the outside but the flashing from the fire in the soda kiln provided the nice brown/orangy coloring. Some places are more shiny and others are more matt on the body. The inside was glazed in Rutile Blue.
3.25" Tea Bowl. I have to double check the glaze combination but I think it is Shaner White with Lavendar around the rim. Again, I sprinkled some charcoal ash to create the runny effect.
4" Covered Jar. Applied Golden Ambrosia slip on the outside and then scored through the slip to the clay in the greenware stage. After bisque firing, the inside is glazed in Temoku and outside rim glazed in Gustin Shino. Some of the Temoku "spilled" on the outside to create the drip effect.
3 inch Bud Vase glazed in Temoku with Yellow Salt Rim. Inside is done in Shaner White.
This is my favorite piece from the batch. It is a 3.75" tea bowl and is glazed with Cohen Red on the inside and around the rim on the outside. The bottom half of the piece is Yellow Salt on the outside and then I sprinkled some charcoal ash on the outside. Really like this piece.