6.25" x 2.5"
Brown glaze is glacial sarsen from Fyfield Downs where Stonehenge stones once were. The muddy slurry contracts after being applied--usually a day later and more on an exterior convex surface than an interior concave surface. Note on the exterior how it beaded up into stone-like globs during firing (It could have flaked off onto the kiln shelf but it didn't.) Green glaze assembled from refined materials, center of sea glass.
5" x 1.75"
Brown glaze on front and back is a sample taken from where Stonehenge stones once were. Applied evenly, contraction during drying and firing make the speckled surface. Green glazes assembled from refined materials, center of sea-glass that overlaped athe copper glaze.
5" x 1.5"
Past glacial motion made this sarsen/glaze from Fyfield Downs. It's the brown glaze that was applied evenly and then, during drying and firing contracted, peeled up and then at high temperature, relaxed back down.
Green glazes assembled from refined materials. Center of sea-glass.
5" x 2.25"
Brown speckled glaze is from stony valley of Fyfield Downs. It's glacial sarsen. Green matte glaze assembled from refined materials. Center of sea-glass.
5.5" x 3.25"
The brown speckled band is the glacial sarsen from Fyfield Downs, a stony valley where Stonehenge stones once were. Thanks to David Hemery and his wife V. Interior shiny white assembled from refined materials. Lime green sea-glass thumb-well.