5.25"wide x 1.75"high
This amazing glaze looks like Lichen close-up, or a dry puddle in the dessert. A very thick glaze I mix myself, that begins to crack even as it dries on the piece. Firing makes the effect more pronounced. This particular bowl has a rare brown version that reminds me of the pattern and color on a giraffe. The exterior is bare, smooth, white porcelain.
Porcelain clay, thrown on the pottery wheel and fired to 2267 degrees. Each piece is one of a kind and all glazes are made in my studio from dry materials.
My work is primarily decorative, meant to be enjoyed by the eye and the heart. (This glaze is not means for use with food and is best handled gently.)