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Red Raku Bowl with Brushwork and Red Underglaze

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This bowl is one of many I made in the early 70's. I liked to use a red clay from Oklahoma for the red color. Raku was not in the beginning the kind of gaudy carnival-glass appearance that is often associated with Raku. I liked Furuta Oribe's work a lot, and tried to capture some of this bold, yet casual elegance combined with the immediacy of Raku firing. The bowl was carefully folded into a chamber of combustible materials to create the dramatic crackle effect as a counterpoint to the brushwork. The red inside looks magnificent with green tea. This piece was used a lot and has a wonderful patina from years of tea presentations. 5"w x 3 1/2" h

Red Raku Bowl with Brushwork and Red Underglaze

Overview

  • Vintage handmade item from the 1970s
  • Materials: clay, pottery, Earth, wood, air, Fire, Water
  • Feedback: 59 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Texas, United States
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