BIZEN Pottery 胡麻湯飲みGOMA Teacup

The ashes of pine tree logs rise high into the kiln, landing on the pottery being baked. When the temperature reaches 1200℃, the ashes start to melt and fix themselves firmly onto the surfaces of the pottery pieces. This produces 'goma' (sesame-like patterns). The pottery pieces are placed on the higher shelves in the kiln to ensure they attract as much ash as possible.

燃料の灰が窯の中で舞って作品に付着。高温で熱せられることにより灰が溶け出し胡麻をふりかけたような模様となったものです。作品は灰が多くかかるように棚の上に置かれます。

GOMA Teacup OKBT885-1

£15.00

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GOMA Teacup OKBT885-2

£15.00

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GOMA Teacup OKBT885-3

£15.00

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