Pebble Print Bowl

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Pebble Print Bowl

58.00

I quite like this little side serving bowl with a pebble pattern imprinted into the surface of the clay while it was soft! Sweet little handles make for easy picking up. Hand-built out of a dark clay body with a soft matt grey interior glaze.

**Soda firing is an atmospheric firing technique where “soda” is introduced into the kiln near top temperature (2350°, ∆10). Fired in a special gas kiln designed only for soda firing, the soda that we use is sodium bi-carbonate, also know as baking soda. The soda vaporizes and is carried by the flame throughout the kiln. The soda vapors create a glaze when it lands on a piece (or a kiln post, or the wall of the kiln). Wherever the flame travels- so does the soda, which becomes a glaze when combined with the heat of the kiln. The soda vapors aren’t actually colored, but they are reacting with the alumina, silica and iron in the clay (and slips) to create the various colors of flashing, and associated textures. This past year I've developed a mono-print technique that can withstand the rigor of the soda kiln.  Each piece that comes out of the kiln will have a variety of textures and colours on all sides of the pot making them truly unique and one of a kind!

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