Raku Ware

Raku originated in Japan and was traditionally used in tea ceremonies.

 

These pieces are first bisque fired in an eletric kiln and then glazed before a second firing in a raku kiln.

 

The pieces are removed from the kiln whilst hot and placed either into water, sawdust bins, or left to cool in the open depending on the desired effect.

Raku tea light holders

Raku tea light holders

Pair of wheel thrown raku tea light holders (or any other small precious object)

Raku vases

Raku vases

Stoneware raku vases with resist decoration

Raku Cylinder

Raku Cylinder

Porcelain raku cylinder

Raku vase

Raku vase

Stoneware raku vase with resist decoration

Pair of raku vases

Pair of raku vases

Pair of stoneware raku vases with resist decoration

Raku cylinder and bowl

Raku cylinder and bowl

Porcelain raku cylinder and bowl

Pair of raku vases

Pair of raku vases

Pair of stoneware raku vases with resist decoration

Raku Jars

Raku Jars

Pair of coiled, glazed stoneware raku jars

Raku set

Raku set

Glazed raku vase and bowl, porcelain and stoneware clay.

Raku cylinder

Raku cylinder

Wheel thrown porcelain raku cylinder

Raku Tea Bowls

Raku Tea Bowls

Pair of wheel thrown raku tea bowls

Trio of raku pots

Trio of raku pots

Trio of small wheel thrown raku pots

Raku and Saggar fired bowls

Raku and Saggar fired bowls

Pair of hand made raku and saggar fired porcelain bowls

Raku bowls

Raku bowls

Pair of glazed porcelain raku bowls

Raku vase and tea light holder set

Raku vase and tea light holder set

Hand built and wheel thrown raku vase and tea light holder.

Small raku bowls

Small raku bowls

Small wheel thrown raku bowls for little precious treasures

Raku bowls

Raku bowls

Wheel thrown porcelain raku bowls

Raku vases

Stoneware raku vases with resist decoration