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This item sold on April 6, 2012.

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I am going back to Turkey in June for a month, to facilitate the trip and clear out the studio, until I leave everything will be 20% off. Use coupon code SPRING2012 to get 15% off and FOLLOWER for an additional 5%, if you liked me on Facebook. It is a great service to my pottery and to see the incredible things that are about to happen. If you don't do Facebook you can still get that discount by handing one of my cards to a friend; I will send two. This discount is not combinable with my return customer coupon.


Two bowls. This bowl shape is simultaneously inspired by a cappuccino bowl I was using in Quebec and also an Ottoman form. I have not looked into the connection, however it is a great form. It can be used for almost anything, a modern begging bowl so to speak. It will take anything from cappuccino to dip.

Glazed with my cobalt crystalline glaze.

Crystalline glazes form zinc-silicate crystals within the glaze body during a controlled firing. The glaze, having the raw ingredients for the crystals, literally crystallizes during the cooling of the kiln. However the crystallization occurs around 2200° Fahrenheit, so the finished product will not change at all though time. One of the things that fascinate me about these glazes is that the background and the crystal are of the same chemical composition but when the crystal nucleates it turns the glaze around it to its own orderly form. I find this very analogous to life, and can’t help feel that there is a bit of life in there.

If you would like to see more photos of my work, and see pictures of my studio please visit my facebook page Budala Pottery.

About 6 inches wide, 4.5 inches high.

Microwave and dishwasher safe.

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: porcelain, clay, crystalline, crystal, non toxic, lead free
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 115 reviews
  • Favorited by: 15 people