stoneware raku pottery lidded cauldron with feet corvusmoon

hh Stoneware Fired � Weathered Bronze Cauldron W/Feet �

This item is hand thrown stoneware with a weathered bronze glaze. The pottery is thrown on the potters wheel by Robert Briggs and then carved and sculpted by Ruth Cutter. This is an original One-of-a-kind, Corvus Moon Piece.

5-3/8" tall � 5-1/8" wide(approx.) �
hhh � Will hold liquids indefinitely - suitable for wet flower vase or culinary use. Suitable container for any item. No lead, dishwasher and microwave safe! � hh Robert Briggs has been a professional fine artist for more than 30 years and is the author of several videos on how to throw pottery for the beginner. Working out of their studio in Southwest Missouri, Robert and his wife Ruth use the natural surroundings of the Missouri Ozarks to influence their many artistic endeavors. Please visit our ABOUT ME page to find out more about our studio. hhh Raku has several meanings "pleasure, happiness etc." and refers to a fast firing process developed by the Chojiro family in Japan around 1580. What is practiced in the United States today is a massive variation of the original raku process. Americanized raku was developed by Paul Soldner in the 1960s. This process consists of quick firing a pot in a kiln that can be easily opened. When the glaze on the piece has melted to the point where it has a glossy appearance,
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