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Raku-fired Fish Bowl, Useful for Candle or Trinkets, Great Gift for Fish and Nature Lover, Affordable and Ships Quickly

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This raku-fired bowl has one small fish swimming around it. It is 4 inches (10cm) high and 5 inches (13cm) wide at the top. You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. A color gift card is included that describes the dramatic process of raku-firing that resulted in the beautiful and rich glaze surface. It is a decorative work of art and not intended for serving food.

The gift card contains this information:

'Fish by Fire are designed by New Brunswick artist Karin Bach and produced at Tim Isaac Pottery. Each piece is forged through fire and water, in a firing technique known as Raku.
The tradition of Raku originated in 16th century Japan and spread to the west in the mid-20th century. It has evolved into a dramatic technique where the intuition and skill of the artist are involved directly with the firing process. Once brought to temperature, pieces are carefully removed from the red-hot kiln using long metal tongs. They are then placed in some combustible material which bursts into flame upon contact. After about one hour in this enclosed reduction chamber, pieces are taken from the ashes and quenched in water. Finally they are scrubbed with sand to reveal the wonderful and unique surface effects that have been created. www.timisaacpottery'
This raku-fired bowl has one small fish swimming around it. It is 4 inches (10cm) high and 5 inches (13cm) wide at the top. You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. A color gift card is included that describes the dramatic process of raku-firing that resulted in the beautiful and rich glaze surface. It is a decorative work of art and not intended for serving food.

The gift card contains this information:

'Fish by Fire are designed by New Brunswick artist Karin Bach and produced at Tim Isaac Pottery. Each piece is forged through fire and water, in a firing technique known as Raku.
The tradition of Raku originated in 16th century Japan and spread to the west in the mid-20th century. It has evolved into a dramatic technique where the intuition and skill of the artist are involved directly with the firing process. Once brought to temperature, pieces are carefully removed from the red-hot kiln using long metal tongs. They are then placed in some combustible material which bursts into flame upon contact. After about one hour in this enclosed reduction chamber, pieces are taken from the ashes and quenched in water. Finally they are scrubbed with sand to reveal the wonderful and unique surface effects that have been created. www.timisaacpottery'

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(76)
  • Reviewed by tania zamora
    5 out of 5 stars
    Jan 7, 2018
    Raku-fired Fish, beautiful turquoise glaze, ready to ship today

  • Reviewed by dragonintherain
    5 out of 5 stars
    Dec 3, 2017
    Shipped in a timely manner. Extremely well packaged. Wonderful in hand. The seahorses are wonderfully done and the glaze work is beautiful. There is a happiness about this piece which is hard to detail. There is a bit of whimsy, perhaps, but that does not mean that the seahorses cross into cutsy. A lot of work went into this piece. The texture work is simply stunning. A true piece of art and utility! My husband is very happy with this. Would buy from this vendor again.
    Raku-fired Vase with Seahorses

  • Reviewed by agrossimprovement
    Buyer photo agrossimprovement, who reviewed this item with the Etsy app for iPhone.
    5 out of 5 stars
    Sep 10, 2018
    I fell in love with these fish on a trip to New Brunswick recently. I bought one for my daughter who studies marine biology in uni then regretted not getting some for myself. So luckily I could order online. They arrived so quickly and I put them up right away. I look at them and remember my visit to a beautiful part of our country and they make me smile. So beautiful. Thank you so much.
    Pair of Fish, Rich Blue Raku Glaze, Hang Easily, Ready to Ship

  • Reviewed by Dallas
    5 out of 5 stars
    Aug 1, 2018
    Beautiful work -- great seller -- repeat customer -- very happy to recommend Tim and his creations! (Thanks Tim!)
    Blue Raku Fired Angel Fish, Wall Hanging, One of a Kind

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I take full responsibility for the piece arriving in your hands intact and ready to hang. I'm confident you will love the piece when you receive it. I'm often told the fish look even more impressive than the photos you have based your purchase on. However if for some reason you are not pleased with it, you may return it for a full refund. If you receive your purchase damaged, please contact me to work out arrangements for a refund or replacement. I am an excellent packer, so that is unlikely to happen. I will gladly refund the cost of an item returned in good condition, but not the shipping costs for either direction.

Shipping policies

If you are interested in multiple items, contact me for a better deal on the shipping cost.

Because every item I make is unique in colour and character, you will receive the exact item photographed in each of my listings. I ship within 2 days of purchase, and take great care in packing to ensure that your piece arrives in perfect condition.

Within Canada you can expect to receive your purchase in 5-10 business days. For continental USA ,7-12 business days. For overseas shipping, the most economical shipping takes 4-6 weeks. Please contact me for a quote, I'm happy to ship to any country. Speedier service is available as well.

Additional policies

It's possible to purchase some of my items wholesale. I have a minimum order. Please contact me if you're interested.

I will gladly ship to any country. Please contact me for a quote.

Raku-fired Fish Bowl, Useful for Candle or Trinkets, Great Gift for Fish and Nature Lover, Affordable and Ships Quickly

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: clay, glaze, copper, raku fired, ceramic
  • Favorited by: 3 people
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