Made with clay, torched glaze with copper accents. From the Japanese technique, Raku is fired in a kiln and placed into a bed of paper, pine needles and combustible materials to create a remarkable glaze finish with blues, greens and copper drips. This is a rare result, copper flashing happens when the flames lick the glaze.
Made with thermal shock, pieces sometimes have hairline cracks not visible to the eye and need to be tested for holding water. Pieces are all one of a kind, made by hand and remarkable in natural light. Care is simple, damp wash cloth only for cleaning.