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Mishima lidded bowl

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I delicately carved, stamped and inlaid this lidded bowl using a technique known as mishima, or white slip inlay. The bowl and lid are thrown, then allowed to firm up before carving and impressing the designs. Then I painted them with white slip, let that dry slightly and gently washed away excess slip with a wet brush to reveal the inlaid design without totally removing the movement conveyed by the white slip brushstrokes. Timing and moisture are of the essence!

These pieces are great for baking individual portions, such as baked apples, elegantly serving appetizer soups, or just conveniently storing leftovers without the need for plastic containers. Lidded bowls are always versatile kitchenware.

These make great sets and I currently have several available. Of course each piece is unique with with slight variations in stamping, carving, brushmarks, and dimensions, so you will not receive the exact piece you see pictured. Contact me (convo/email) if you are interested, but would like to see photos of the exact piece(s) you would receive. Larger sets are available but will take special arrangement, please contact me.

Made of clay dug in the St. Cloud area of Minnesota with commercial porcelain slip. The lavender glaze is based on elm ash. Dimensions: about 4.5"W X 4"H, bowl holds 1.25 cups.

This piece is indigenous stoneware fired to ~2400°F. Fully functional and safe for food and beverages, it can even be used in ovens, dishwashers, and microwaves if you choose (avoid stovetops and direct flame).
I delicately carved, stamped and inlaid this lidded bowl using a technique known as mishima, or white slip inlay. The bowl and lid are thrown, then allowed to firm up before carving and impressing the designs. Then I painted them with white slip, let that dry slightly and gently washed away excess slip with a wet brush to reveal the inlaid design without totally removing the movement conveyed by the white slip brushstrokes. Timing and moisture are of the essence!

These pieces are great for baking individual portions, such as baked apples, elegantly serving appetizer soups, or just conveniently storing leftovers without the need for plastic containers. Lidded bowls are always versatile kitchenware.

These make great sets and I currently have several available. Of course each piece is unique with with slight variations in stamping, carving, brushmarks, and dimensions, so you will not receive the exact piece you see pictured. Contact me (convo/email) if you are interested, but would like to see photos of the exact piece(s) you would receive. Larger sets are available but will take special arrangement, please contact me.

Made of clay dug in the St. Cloud area of Minnesota with commercial porcelain slip. The lavender glaze is based on elm ash. Dimensions: about 4.5"W X 4"H, bowl holds 1.25 cups.

This piece is indigenous stoneware fired to ~2400°F. Fully functional and safe for food and beverages, it can even be used in ovens, dishwashers, and microwaves if you choose (avoid stovetops and direct flame).

Reviews

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Reviewed by Ginko Farwalker
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 18, 2015
Shipped fast and secured, the pictures really didn't do this cup justice. It looks so much better in person! If your thinking about getting one of the other cups then go ahead and get it! You won't be disappointed :)
Wood-fired cup

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5 out of 5 stars
Nov 21, 2013
Fabulous plate. Love the unique design and the raw finish. Thanks
Wood Fired Dessert /Salad Dish

Reviewed by Anonymous
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 10, 2013
Very nice cup, easy to buy from, and well packed
Woodfired Cup

Reviewed by Anonymous
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 18, 2013
Beautiful cup! Carefully packaged and quickly shipped.
Woodfired cup

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Mishima lidded bowl

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: clay, porcelain slip, elm ash glaze, stoneware
  • Feedback: 12 reviews
  • Favorited by: 45 people
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