Wild Grains Container
It’s a container I made to store some of the wild grains I collect yearly such as wild oats, cheatgrass, wild barley and so on. I leave the top open or secure some paper towel on top so critters don’t eat the grains but it’s usually unnecessary. You can also use the container as a bottle.
Made with a mix of unprocessed local wild clay (Valyermo – Southern California) and clay from Duluth Minnesota. The collected clay is reduced into powder using my stone grinder (Molcajete) then water is added to reach the right consistency and make the clay workable.
Made on the wheel. White glaze inside and partly glazed outside with homemade transparent glaze (made from non-toxic natural ingredients). Clay colored with various iron oxides.
Fired 3 times at cone 03 (2014 °F – 1100 °C) using my electric kiln.
D: 4 inches (10 cm)
H: 4.25 inches (11 cm)
W: 1 pound 9 ounces (713 gr)
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