Uniquely Designed & Finely Hand-Crafted
EVERY PIECE IS ONE-OF-KIND FINE ART, FROM MUD TO STONE TO TABLE.
When a piece sells, we cannot create another like it. The glazes and colors are as much a matter of fortune as chemistry, with each firing producing varied results. Each piece is indelibly signed by the artist for authenticity.
Fired in the old primitive tradition, bisqued pots are placed upon a bed of sawdust, wrapped with copper wire, and various other materials. (Banana skins contain potassium and leave a residue of orange colors on the pots, tomato leaves, coarse salt, copper oxide, animal dung, and other natural materials leave subtle colors as well.)
The pots are then covered with more sawdust, leaves, piled with wood, and fired for about 2-3 hours. The result is a stunning and indelible witness to the play of the materials and the fire upon the clay. A true “wabi sabi” art form.
These delicate uncoated vessels retain a natural ash finish and are not utilitarian. To maintain their beauty, keep them away from water and oils.