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Saggar fired ceramic sculpture from Cinder and Smoke Studio (www.facebook.com/cinderandsmokestudio).

Smoke Firing in a Trash Can - Firing Ceramics at Home

How to Smoke Fire Pottery - Of the three methods of firing clay at home, we decided to try using a metal trash can/dustbin for our homeschooling crafts session. It seems like the easiest (and safest!) method to try as it doesn't need a lot of equipment or space.

June Ridgway | Smoke-fired vessel (2012). Coiling handbuilding technique. Pieces are placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating unique marks and colour.

The Serene Series vases and plates, created by Robert Gordon Australia exclusively for The Design Files Open House 2014. The vases we’ve done only in blue, whilst the plates come in either blue or green colour ways. Photo - Sean Fennessy, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

« Smoke fired vessel. I don't normally like bright colours on my pots but this one is interesting and I love the close up detail. Available now… »

WB 827 Do-Si-Do Raku, copper leaf, smoked rattan, dyed seagrass, copper mesh, copper wire, magnesite beads, waxed linen