When last we visited, I was preparing a saggar container for a new piece to be fired therein. (see prior entry)
Well, here's the follow-up, post-firing (cone 2)
Container looks like a kind of sad, steroided roasted pork, upon emerging from the kiln:
Next, break on through the shell - feels like a dinosaur egg:
And the piece is revealed. I didn't know what to expect, but let's just say I was underwhelmed:
Can you tell which is the saggar tray debris and which is my newest ceramic work of "art"?
Thus endeth my foray into Saggartown.