First I covered the pitcher with slip (wet clay) and swirled it to achieve the pattern and dripping on the piece. Then after the first firing I dipped it in a first base glaze. the next day I sprayed three more colors on it, and then it went into the gas reduction kiln to be fired to cone 10.
You will sit for hours admiring the variations of color and patterns the glazes made while melting.
It holds over 48 oz ( 1 and 1/2 quarts) and is 6" tall and 7" wide, large enough for serving juice, milk, tea, you name it.
It can also function as a fabulous vase.
I also have 4 matching tumblers available for $24 each. http://www.etsy.com/listing/93723763/two-stoneware-clay-tumblers-handmade
Food, microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe up to 500 degrees
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