Collection: All the Raku Pottery (162 Pot Drop)

This collection features all the raku-fired pottery that is part of the 162 Pot Pottery Drop. View the entire collection here.

The raku firing process involves heating pottery in a kiln to nearly 2000 degrees, opening the kiln while the pottery is still red hot, and quickly moving it to a reduction atmosphere full of combustibles where the lack of oxygen and excess of carbon give it a truly unique look and feel. Raku pottery is famous for its crackles, metallics, and overall look you just won't get with other kinds of pottery.