Small tan and blue crystaline vase.
Crystalline glazing is time-consuming and expensive to produce. There can be many failures, but when all goes well the effects are stunning.
When the kiln reaches the maximum temperature (up to 1300c), it is then rapidly cooled to a specific holding temperature. This is the time when the crystals form in the glaze. The amount of time held at this temperature contributes to the size of the crystals, which occur randomly, making each pot unique.
Dimensions : H 14.5cm : D 8cm
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