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Rain, Overland - small porcelain bowl, small ceramic bowl, small pottery bowl, handmade bowl, home decor, fine art, gift, wedding, artwork

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Rain, Overland - handmade porcelain bowl, marbled white and speckled lavender porcelain bowl, small porcelain bowl, unfooted ceramic bowl, with clear and colored glazes. Shades of lavender, white and blue.

5 1/2" X 5 1/2" X 5 1/16"

The color in this piece comes in several layers. Some of the white porcelain was colored with a lavender Mason stain. Then some ilmenite specks were wedged into the lavender porcelain. The lavender and white porcelain was then marbled together to make what I considered to be an interesting terrestrial reference. The piece was then glazed with a clear food safe glaze. Additional glazes in white and blue were then brushed around the rim to make the rain reference.

All my bowls are food safe unless otherwise noted. Signed and dated in ink on the bottom.

I would recommend hand washing for any fine ceramic object. The detergent used in dishwashers etches glass and glazed items over time. If you really care about something - hand wash it.

If you wish to make installment payments please contact me for instructions - http://www.etsy.com/shop/LusterWear?ref=si_shop

Shipping and Insurance are quoted for shipment within the United States. If you would like Rain, Overland shipped to an overseas address, contact me with your shipping address and I will get a quote for you.

You may have noticed that I am not a “production potter”. I don't make the same thing over and over again. There is nothing wrong in doing that, it is just not where my interests lay. I am what is termed a “studio potter”. Among other forms, I like bowl forms in their various guises. No two of my pieces are the same, even when working on a similar theme. It can take upwards of a week for me to make one piece. Any given piece may take several visits to the kiln before I get the color development that I want. I tend to treat each object that I make as an individual, rather than a “thing”. I only work with materials that I feel have a “spark” to them, a sort of “life force” element.

If you would like to display Rain, Overland - or any other of my pieces - on a walled surface, but can't figure out how to do that, I can get a wall mounting for you. The mountings are made of clear acrylic, attach securely to drywall, and must be fitted to the individual piece. When you indicate your interest, I will get a price quote for you. The price depends on the size and shape, but they are not expensive. I do not take any carrying, handling or other fees on mountings. I order them for my customers as a courtesy – convenience only.

If you have any questions about the bowl, the process, or the exhibition history of the piece, please do not hesitate to ask.

Enjoy!

Rain, Overland

Return to MeritouiousMud: https://www.etsy.com/in-en/shop/MeritoriousMud

Go to LusterWear: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LusterWear?ref=si_shop

For more information and a look at what else I do please go to http://www.laudablemudstudio.com/

Convo: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LusterWear?ref=si_shop
Rain, Overland - handmade porcelain bowl, marbled white and speckled lavender porcelain bowl, small porcelain bowl, unfooted ceramic bowl, with clear and colored glazes. Shades of lavender, white and blue.

5 1/2" X 5 1/2" X 5 1/16"

The color in this piece comes in several layers. Some of the white porcelain was colored with a lavender Mason stain. Then some ilmenite specks were wedged into the lavender porcelain. The lavender and white porcelain was then marbled together to make what I considered to be an interesting terrestrial reference. The piece was then glazed with a clear food safe glaze. Additional glazes in white and blue were then brushed around the rim to make the rain reference.

All my bowls are food safe unless otherwise noted. Signed and dated in ink on the bottom.

I would recommend hand washing for any fine ceramic object. The detergent used in dishwashers etches glass and glazed items over time. If you really care about something - hand wash it.

If you wish to make installment payments please contact me for instructions - http://www.etsy.com/shop/LusterWear?ref=si_shop

Shipping and Insurance are quoted for shipment within the United States. If you would like Rain, Overland shipped to an overseas address, contact me with your shipping address and I will get a quote for you.

You may have noticed that I am not a “production potter”. I don't make the same thing over and over again. There is nothing wrong in doing that, it is just not where my interests lay. I am what is termed a “studio potter”. Among other forms, I like bowl forms in their various guises. No two of my pieces are the same, even when working on a similar theme. It can take upwards of a week for me to make one piece. Any given piece may take several visits to the kiln before I get the color development that I want. I tend to treat each object that I make as an individual, rather than a “thing”. I only work with materials that I feel have a “spark” to them, a sort of “life force” element.

If you would like to display Rain, Overland - or any other of my pieces - on a walled surface, but can't figure out how to do that, I can get a wall mounting for you. The mountings are made of clear acrylic, attach securely to drywall, and must be fitted to the individual piece. When you indicate your interest, I will get a price quote for you. The price depends on the size and shape, but they are not expensive. I do not take any carrying, handling or other fees on mountings. I order them for my customers as a courtesy – convenience only.

If you have any questions about the bowl, the process, or the exhibition history of the piece, please do not hesitate to ask.

Enjoy!

Rain, Overland

Return to MeritouiousMud: https://www.etsy.com/in-en/shop/MeritoriousMud

Go to LusterWear: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LusterWear?ref=si_shop

For more information and a look at what else I do please go to http://www.laudablemudstudio.com/

Convo: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LusterWear?ref=si_shop

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Height: 5 1/16 Inches
  • Width: 5 1/2 Inches
  • Depth: 5 1/2 Inches
  • Materials: porcelain, glazes
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