by Tom Marrinson
Available in three sizes:
Small (4"H, 6.5"dia)
Medium (5"H, 8.5"dia)
Large (7"H, 10"dia)
These bowls are so exquisitely luminous that you don't know where the bottom is. You want to put your finger in to make sure that there really is depth to the vessel.
Every bowl begins as a slab of white earthenware clay that is draped over a form, then put on the wheel to create the initial shape. When dry, the bowls are sanded inside and out to refine the surfaces and edges, and the colors are sprayed to create a seemingly perfect surface. After firing once to approximately 2000 degrees, the bowls are sprayed with water-based lacquer for protection.
Care of Your Vessel:
The vessels have been sealed to protect from handling, but the surface remains porous and is not intended to hold liquids or foods.Should your vessel become soiled, first try rubbing the area with a clean eraser. Or immerse in warm, soapy water and scrub with a soft brush. Do not clean with a cloth or sponge.