Salt and Soda Techniques and Styles Ceramic Art and Pottery Crafts
This category is for non-commercial sites focusing the techniques of Soda or Salt glazing. Salt-glazing is a once-fire technique where common salt is added to the kiln at the end of a firing, forming a glaze on any exposed surface of the work. The result produces an “orange-peel” effect. Soda-glazing is a chloride-free alternative to salt-glazing. Sodium carbonate or bicarbonate is added into the kiln at a high temperature to create soda-vapor resulting in a variety of surface effects.
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- Castable Refractories and the Salt Kiln - Includes articles "Some Thoughts on Refractories and Salt" by Tom salt and soda Turner and "Notes on Castables for a Salt Kiln" by salt and soda Richard Leach.
- Avicam: Why Soda Glaze? - Excerpt from the artist\\'s Bachelor of Arts (Honours) research report. Maryke Henderson graduated from the Australian National University School of Art in 2005.
- mmmmm....... Soda - Discussion group formed sharing problems/solutions of salt/soda firings.
- Low-fire-Salt Fuming - Article by Paul Soldner discussing the process, techniques and accidental salt and soda effects of low-fire salting.
- Wikipedia - Salt Glaze Pottery - Discusses the technical process and history of the salt glazed ceramic art and pottery or salted process.
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