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Raku Lidded Vessel

By Richard Gruchalla & Carrin Rosetti

Richard Gruchalla & Carrin Rosetti at Sivertson

Turquoise and white color. Size: 5 W x 6 H x 5 D inches.

$169.00

1 in stock

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Richard Gruchalla & Carrin Rosetti

For more than three decades, Richard has made his living as a potter, working in collaboration with his wife, Carrin. Most of their creations are raku vessel forms—and are unmistakable in form, color, and texture. Their colorful surfaces are achieved by using both airbrush and detailed hand glazing, and are often embellished with copper wire. They use red earthenware clay with food-safe glazes in their mugs and cups, their white earthenware decorative pottery is fired to withstand extremes of temperature, and their bud vases receive an extra waterproofing coating (use of a coaster is recommended when placing vases on fine wood surfaces). For Richard and Carrin, “Raku is like alchemy. It’s like spinning straw into gold. The process is magic.”

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