- Handmade in Arizona
- Approx. 5" tall
Raku Pottery dates back to the 16th century, when an ancient Japanese technique of three-colored glaze was used in the making of tea bowls for the Tea Ceremony.
Stoneware clay is used in hand-thrown vases which are fired in a kiln. The vase is pulled from a red hot kiln at approx. 1900 degrees and placed in a reduction chamber. A combustible material is then used to create flames, causing a reaction with the copper in the glaze. After the piece cools, the beautiful colors and unique appearance create a one of a kind work of art.
Enjoy the uniqueness of this one-of-a-kind handmade item.
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This will sit on my shelf in front of a window. The sun should make it glow with it's coloring. This is something I would give as a gift, I like it that much.