Jar in Underglazed Opaque White | Korea, Korean, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 18th century | LACMA

Jar in Underglazed Opaque White | Korea, Korean, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 18th century | LACMA

Raku Vessel. Raku began in Japan and was hand-made pottery fired at a low temperature. Today, Raku can also mean pottery fired at a low temperature, then moved while still hot into a container with combustible materials such as sawdust or paper that burn onto the pottery to make patterns or colors on the surface of the pottery.

Raku Vessel. Raku began in Japan and was hand-made pottery fired at a low temperature. Today, Raku can also mean pottery fired at a low temperature, then moved while still hot into a container with combustible materials such as sawdust or paper that burn onto the pottery to make patterns or colors on the surface of the pottery.

Anonymous; Glazed Ceramic 'Gaulois' Vases by Les Potiers d'Accolay, 1960s.

Anonymous; Glazed Ceramic 'Gaulois' Vases by Les Potiers d'Accolay, 1960s.

Dick Lehman Pottery, a gallery of wood fired, saggar fired, and side fired ceramics and clay in Goshen, Indiana

Dick Lehman Pottery, a gallery of wood fired, saggar fired, and side fired ceramics and clay in Goshen, Indiana

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