A rounded pendant created by me with the raku technique and a unique land. Unique prehistoric atmosphere, due to the use of the wilderness of Perigord, I have rammassee into the ground, and that during the cooking is adorned in beautiful warm and natural shades: Tan, peach, red brick, topped with a beautiful shiny glaze Crackle. Back left raw, smoky black matte.
☼ Raku means "Happyness in random" ☼ is the name of this ceramic technique of enameling and build-up, developed in 16th century Japan.
Dimensions -Diameter approximately 28 x 25 mm -Thickness approximately 2 mm -Hole diameter: 3 mm -Weight: 3 grams Pendant light and thin, handle gently during Assembly.
Check out the specifics of RAKU, making each unique piece created:
1 put I shape my items through with the white grog clay (stoneware) 2 items dry 3 I cooked at high temperature in a suitable kiln in my workshop 4 terracotta is ready to be glazed 5 covers the object with a transparent glaze (frit) 6 item goes into a (flame projected on the inside) gas kiln for firing glazes. 7 A out of the oven I seized the object using pliers and I quickly locks it in a bowl of metal with wood chips (or straw paper) that ignite: is smoking. During the smoking unglazed black. 8 object came out shortly after and is cleaned: black cracks called "lézardes" through the glaze.
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