This small, sexy cup was fired in a soda kiln in San Jose, CA. It has subtle soda effects on the outside of its glossy, moddled surface and a soft celadon liner glaze. I added fluidity while throwing with some indented lines.
Basically we fire a gas kiln to 2350 degrees. The kiln has "soda" introduced to in the last hour to help effect the bare outside of the usually unglazed pots. There are many ways to accomplish adding this soda and many recipes for the soda itself. We added a sodium carbonate mixture to boiling water and sprayed it into the kiln then allowed the kiln to re-heat and get to temperature before shutting it down.
Food, dishwasher, and microwave safe