Raku Ware

Explore the world of Raku Ware, a form of Japanese pottery known for its distinct and captivating glazes. Find inspiration and learn about the history and techniques behind this beautiful art form.
Hand formed, raku-fired stoneware vase with black veined white glaze. Please note: Raku fired works are not water tight or food safe and are intended for decorative use only. Minor imperfections may occur during the raku firing process. Such imperfections are documented in the product photos. Approximately 4" tall, 5" wide. Handmade by Mondays Projects in New York. Stoneware, Inspiration, York, Ceramics, Pottery, Raku Pottery, Ceramic Vase, Ceramics Projects, Raku Raku

Hand formed, raku-fired stoneware vase with black veined white glaze. Please note: Raku fired works are not water tight or food safe and are intended for decorative use only. Minor imperfections may occur during the raku firing process. Such imperfections are documented in the product photos. Approximately 4" tall, 5" wide. Handmade by Mondays Projects in New York.

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Jenna T.
Raku firing is an ancient Japanese ceramics technique that has been used for many centuries to create a very unique finish to wares. The Raku technique dates back to the 16th century, traditionally crafted by hand and not thrown on a potter's wheel. We explain more in this article. #rakufiring #pottery Raku Pottery, Raku Kiln, Ceramic Techniques, Japanese Ceramics, Pottery Techniques, Pottery Sculpture, Pottery Making, Ceramics Ideas Pottery, Pottery Glazes

Raku firing is an ancient Japanese ceramics technique that has been used for many centuries to create a very unique finish to wares. The Raku technique dates back to the 16th century, traditionally crafted by hand and not thrown on a potter's wheel. We explain more in this article. #rakufiring #pottery

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Soul Ceramics
Naked Raku Workshop with Scott Tubby-Nov 18 &20, Workshop, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery, Glaze, Ceramics, Inspiration, Raku Kiln, Pottery Pots, Raku Raku

Hands on workshop with demonstrations and firing. Naked Raku is a contemporary variation of the Raku firing technique but instead of using a glaze we will apply slip to the bisqued pots, fire them in a raku kiln, remove when hot, smoke in sawdust or newspaper in a closed container and then quench with water which pops off the slip to reveal pattern

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