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#23 Medium Decorative Boiled Raku Pot - Charcoal & Seafoam - (Creative Collection) SECONDS

#23 Medium Decorative Boiled Raku Pot - Charcoal & Seafoam - (Creative Collection) SECONDS

Regular price $430.00 USD
Regular price $230.00 USD Seconds Discount $430.00 USD
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Artists: Dan Pearce, Tonya Guest, Courtney Mathewson
Dimensions: 6.5" x 5"
Year Created: 2024
Collection: The Creative, Weird, & Unique Collection


It took all three of the ceramic artists on our team to create this piece over the course of 1-2 months. With this entire collection, we got hyper-experimental with our building techniques, glaze application, and design. Each piece is truly one of a kind, meant to be a larger-than-life conversation piece. 

From pendulum-swinging glaze application, to slingshots, to boiling dried clay, to clay manipulation, to high-impact color application, we experimented with all sorts of techniques we've never seen any other potter use, and we were thrilled with the outcome of the finished works.

RAKU: This pot was fired in its second firing using the raku process and special raku glazes/application. Raku is a firing process in which the potter pulls the pottery from the kiln while it's red hot, nearly 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. The pottery is then placed into a reduction chamber with highly flammable consumables to really make the glaze effects take place. This process produces all those beautiful finishes and results that you can't get with any other ceramics.

BOILED BONE DRY CLAY: This texture of the clay on this pot was created using a process we've been developing in which we boil bone dry clay before it goes into the kiln. With this method, we were able to achieve a bit of a beach-washed worn look on the clay, and we consider the cracks and rough surfaces to be a beautiful success and exactly what we were hoping for!

SECONDS: This piece has been marked as a "seconds" and discounted because it's completely missing the bottom, which came detached during the boiling stage of the pottery.


Notes about purchasing items in this collection:

    - Stoneware (one of the strongest forms of pottery, literally becomes stone in the process)
    - Porcelain (even stronger than stoneware, and costs more due to complexity of and cost of materials)
    - Raku (due to the nature of raku, the clay doesn't get as strong as it does with stoneware or porcelain. Still plenty sturdy.
  2. Size has much less to do with pricing in this collection than difficulty and complexity of creating the piece. I use different firing methods, glaze techniques, raw materials, clay type, stains, etc to get every finished pot, and all factors are applied when figuring out the final price.
  3. I do my best to accurately measure each piece, but it can be difficult to be exact with rounded objects so the measurements may vary slightly.
  4. Any pot labeled as a "seconds" in the product title means that it has one or more cosmetic shortcomings. This could include "s-cracks" on the bottom (where you won't see it), non-standard scuffs near the base, tiny chips, micro-surface cracks, etc. Every seconds pot is marked down 10-70% from what it normally would sell for.
  5. Any accessories/props, or other bowls from the collection shown in the photos, are not included. 
  6. Always hand-wash handmade ceramics. Dishwashers are not your friend. This piece, if taken care of, should outlive us both. Always give it TLC.


I live/work in the USA, but you can order this pottery to be delivered just about anywhere in the world. Insurance is included on every order.

Please note that it may take me 7-10 days to get your order ready to ship. This is a big collection and it's going to take us some time to organize it all and make sure everyone's orders are packaged securely and perfectly. Thanks for understanding!

Please also note that shipping and handling is extra. This is pottery and therefore is fragile. It takes some work, high quality materials, and time to properly package your pottery. All rates are factored in with real time pricing plus a materials/handling fee and will vary depending on where you live.

NOTE: I do my best to capture the true essence of all my pottery. Please note that every piece will look different depending on its surroundings and lighting, or on different screens.

All purchases are non-refundable. International orders may require duties and taxes, paid for by customer upon delivery. All my pottery is stoneware or porcealin, meaning it was fired at higher temperatures with more premium clay and glazes to make it truly durable. The only exception to this is Raku pottery which is fired at a lower temperature but still very strong. If you are buying any of my pottery as part of a collection or pottery drop, please note that it may take me 1-2 weeks to prepare the entire drop for shipment. Thank you for your patience.

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