Kintsugi moonscape bowl

£130.00
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23cm 4cm

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces together with gold. This embraces the idea that you can recreate a product to be even stronger and more beautiful than it did at the beginning.

The crackles in the glazed surface  caused by rapid cooling of the pot are  blackened by smoke from burning combustibles including sawdust and paper. Parallel glazed lines are scribed with a slip trailer.

 

Raku pots are decorative, and not suitable for food or liquid use.

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Description

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces together with gold. This embraces the idea that you can recreate a product to be even stronger and more beautiful than it did at the beginning.

The crackles in the glazed surface  caused by rapid cooling of the pot are  blackened by smoke from burning combustibles including sawdust and paper. Parallel glazed lines are scribed with a slip trailer.

 

Additional information

Dimensions 23 × 4 cm