MAKUstudio

Raku Ceramic Cabochons Beads Buttons Pendants Jewelry

Arizona, United States · 3129 Sales

MAKUstudio

Raku Ceramic Cabochons Beads Buttons Pendants Jewelry

Arizona, United States 3129 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Announcement   Please pardon the clay dust...MAKUstudio is moving to Colorado this summer! Thank you so much for your patience as I get settled in...see you in Colorado and/or at the next show...BeadFest Philly, August 19-21, booth 455A!

Raku fired ceramic pendants, beads, buttons, cabochons and jewelry handmade by Marianne "MAK" Kasparian...enjoy!

Wholesale inquiries welcome!

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Announcement
Last updated on Jul 17, 2016

Please pardon the clay dust...MAKUstudio is moving to Colorado this summer! Thank you so much for your patience as I get settled in...see you in Colorado and/or at the next show...BeadFest Philly, August 19-21, booth 455A!

Raku fired ceramic pendants, beads, buttons, cabochons and jewelry handmade by Marianne "MAK" Kasparian...enjoy!

Wholesale inquiries welcome!

"like" MAKUstudio on facebook! http://www.facebook.com/MAKUstudio

Follow on instagram: http://instagram.com/makustudio

Follow on Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/MAKUstudio

Marianne Kasparian

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Marianne Kasparian

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Last updated on August 10, 2013
THE RAKU PROCESS:

Raku pottery was made long ago for Japanese tea ceremonies. It was modernized later into the process you see today. This involves taking a piece of pottery that has been bisque fired and glazed then firing it in a raku kiln (which my husband and I built ourselves). The piece is then fired to about 1800 degrees F and pulled out of the kiln while still red hot then placed in a reduction chamber containing organic materials such as newspaper, sawdust, leaves, etc. Smoke is created and reacts with the pot leaving the unglazed portion black (a very unique characteristic of raku). It's so exciting and creates one of kind colors which are very hard to duplicate. Please note that raku is not food safe nor is it intended to hold liquid.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept Paypal, credit cards and money orders. Click on "other" if you would like to pay with a money order and leave me a note in the "note to seller" area.
Shipping
I take extra care in shipping my items. They are all shipped First Class Mail via USPS within 1 or 2 days of payment.
Refunds and Exchanges
I strive to create happy customers. If you are not happy with your purchase please email me within 10 days of purchase. You will receive a refund of the purchase price minus shipping costs once the piece arrives back to me in its original condition.
Additional policies and FAQs
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WHOLESALE:

Please contact me for wholesale information and have your sales license handy!