French Raku Studio “la porte du soleil” http://www.veniceclayartists.com/french-studio-la-porte-du-solei/

The ancient Japanese practices of Raku are still honored in their courses. For example in the creation of the Japanese tea ceremony bowls ( chawan ) irregular, uneven, flawed, sometimes rough form is encouraged to enhance there organic charm.

Raku Pottery Glazes | Chris Hawkins makes handthrown raku fired studio pottery from his ...

Raku Pottery Glazes: Chris Hawkins makes handthrown raku fired studio pottery

Raku Copper red

coffeenuts: themagicfarawayttree:Orb Red Raku Urn by ElementalUrns on Etsy

Raku Starfish by Wildfire Pottery  -    These unusual raku pottery starfish are handmade by Sarah Beck on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Each one is approximately 6” from tip to tip and unique. They vary depending on how they are curled and fired. The colours range from dark green to blue to copper. They look great on their own or in groups.

Raku Starfish by Wildfire Pottery - These unusual raku pottery starfish are handmade by Sarah Beck on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. They vary depending on how they are curled and fire

Raku buttons. these are really cool and would look great on a hand knitted sweater

(Raku buttons available here ) It’s been a few weeks since raku firing and I’ve been busy with the ‘aftermath’ – if that’s the right word.

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