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Be sure to use the ZOOM feature on this piece to see the depth and beauty of the surface. This vase is really fun! So much going on in the glazes that it's hard to know where to start describing it. This piece has been thrown loosely in parts, the main body was made as a closed form that was placed on it's side and the necks were added on. Then while still green it's been covered with a very iron-rich slip, then bisque fired. It's then glazed very thickly with a very simple shino glaze composed mostly of feldspar. It was wood-fired for 56 hours, accumulating lots of natural ash glaze on the surface. The result is a stunning surface reminiscent of strange geological formations trapped under a thick layer of gem-like glass. A great tool for those practicing the art of floral arrangement.
It measures roughly 5.5" x 2.5"w x 3"t and is watertight.

Thanks for looking at my work :))

Ikebana Vase, wood-fired stoneware w/ crawling shino and natural ash glazes

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: feldspar glaze, shino ash clay, fire air kiln, crawling shino, anagama, iron, ash glaze, wheel, wood
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 626 reviews
  • Favorited by: 29 people