I spend intimate time crafting each individual piece. This item is hand thrown and turned on the potter's wheel, with hand dipped or brushed glaze application. The nature of our goods allows for slight variances among sets being sold, glaze colors, shapes, and sizes. Not one piece is exactly like the next. This characteristic is looked upon with delight from the artist, being able to give each customer a very special creation just for them.
The Raku Saggar technique is a pottery firing method where ceramics are placed in a tinfoil paper with combustible materials, such as sawdust, leaves, or chemicals. This paper is then sealed and fired in a kiln. During the firing, the materials inside the saggar create unique atmospheric conditions, resulting in unpredictable and distinctive surface patterns and colors on the pottery. It's known for its dramatic and often vibrant effects, making each piece one-of-a-kind.
We recommend cleaning gently with wet cloth.