4.25" x 3"
Top exterior is Earth crust slurry from Mid-Atlantic Ridge and bottom half is from Costa Rican subduction zone. Interior shiny whitish glaze assembled from refined materials.
4" high x 2.75" wide
This sediment might be fine-particled because of being at a subduction zone where plates grind and pressure is immense. When these small particles are applied to clay as a slip, they shrink a lot and curl like a dried river bed when they melt back down and fuse onto the clay in the kiln.
Interior shiny white, top third exterior is a copper glaze assembled from refined materials.
4" x 3.5"
My interpretation of pressure at the Costa Rican subducting plates is that forces there ground the sediment into very fine particles that contract against the once-fired clay -- the shrinkage causes flakes to either fall off or peel back and then, during firing, they fuse onto the clay, leaving spaces. This tells that story. Interior shiny glaze assembled from refined materials.
4" x 3"
Exterior glaze is the sediment. Interior shiny white assembled from refined materials.
2.75" x 3"
Brown is the Costa Rican sediment glaze. Interior shiny white and other glazes assembled from refined materials.
5" x 3.25"
Subduction sediment evenly dipped on the lower exterior beaded up leaving all sorts of evidence, from smooth to gritty. Interior shiny white over a brush-load of matte green produced the teal-blue band. Sea-glass thumb-well.