This stunning pot is the result of both intentionally breaking the pot, and decorating each shard, and a unique firing technique called saggar.
A saggar is an enclosed clay container packed with combustible materials such as sawdust, salt marsh hay, or seaweed, which have been soaked in solutions of iron, cobalt, copper, or yellow ochre oxides. The saggars are then stacked and placed in the gas kiln to be fired.
6 1/2″ diameter x 4″ high
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