As a potter, it fascinates me how pottery is made. Before I formed this bowl on my wheel I cut out the wall with a curly wire, which made grooved up it. With the wheel turning I shaped the bowl which caused the grooves to twist around it.
I then set it aside until it firmed up to a leather clay hard, which normally takes a day. I then turned the foot on the bottom.
I let it sit under plastic to slowly dry the stoneware clay bowl to bone-dry clay. I then fired it in my low-temperature kiln to about 2300 degrees. I brushed 3 coats of this blue glaze with green accents on it.
Along with a full kiln of pottery this bowl was fired at a temperature of about 2900 allowing the glazes to run and blend into this beautiful creation.
SIZE – 3″ Across the Top
1 Cup Capacity (8 ounces)
COLOUR – Cobalt Blue With Olive Green accent in the carved swirls around.
The colour may vary depending on the computer monitors.
Dishwasher and food-safe.