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Porcelain bowl / Wood fire

580.00
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Porcelain bowl / Wood fire

580.00
sold out

Description

Limoges Porcelain.

Wood-fired.

size: ø5¨

These elements are the star of the collection.

Thrown on very thin porcelain, these bowls are exposed to 40 hours of firing on a wood kiln. Perfectly straight when getting into the kiln, their irregular shape is due to the passageways of flames between the pieces.

No glazes are applied, the shades and vitrification happen due to volatilized ashes, building up and being pushed by the stream of hot energy at 1500 degrees Celsius. The process of cooling off slowly and the lack of oxygen creates the crystals during the following week.

These particular bowls were fired several times to achieve different tones and desired vitrifications. During this 60 hours, the artist used soaking logs to play with the temperature and humidity of the kiln.

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Description

Limoges Porcelain.

Wood-fired.

size: ø5¨

These elements are the star of the collection.

Thrown on very thin porcelain, these bowls are exposed to 40 hours of firing on a wood kiln. Perfectly straight when getting into the kiln, their irregular shape is due to the passageways of flames between the pieces.

No glazes are applied, the shades and vitrification happen due to volatilized ashes, building up and being pushed by the stream of hot energy at 1500 degrees Celsius. The process of cooling off slowly and the lack of oxygen creates the crystals during the following week.

These particular bowls were fired several times to achieve different tones and desired vitrifications. During this 60 hours, the artist used soaking logs to play with the temperature and humidity of the kiln.