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DISCOVERY´S Channel Presents - BURNING
Raku-Glazes on Ceramic

- Burning Raku-Glazes - ready The result


Rakuyaki or Raku is a form of Japanese pottery characterized by low firing temperatures (resulting in a fairly porous clay body), lead glazes, and the removal of pieces from the kiln while still glowing hot. In the traditional Japanese firing process, the pot is removed from the hot kiln and put directly into water or allowed to cool in the open air. Raku is considered the traditional method for creating clay bowls for the Japanese tea ceremony. Raku tea bowls are hand-made from earthenware, each with a unique shape and style.
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Jul 11 2006 17:21 GMT Elise
wow....are they ready for the market!
Aug 06 2006 09:40 GMT Riek
Okey i see mine is clay pot we buy from the locals clean them and then piant it our self if we dont paint them it brittel in peases i we show you the raw products soon and let you know your is beuatyfull
Aug 06 2006 09:48 GMT Discovery
Thanks Riek,
these are to show in the show-room, what is possible with the raw materials.

Your clay pot is wonderful too and you can make so different things with paint and glazes

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