Content of the cup:
200 ml, upper diameter 11,7 cm
A cup that is glazed in so called ‘muddy clay or just simply in mud’, the dry ceramic slip is soaked for a second in such a mud and after firing gets various colours. This piece is wide open and can even be used as small chawan for matcha preparation.
The cup is photographed on a piece of stone sheet from a local church where the last photo is taken. The roof was changed recently and there were dumped many of these black stone slates.
Each piece of a batch of ceramics made in 2021 will have one additional photo. These images are taken during a visit of Jiri Duchek from its surrounding, nature, simply places where he lives and creates his pieces.
A shot from a tea session with Jiri Duchek in a village where local potters lived, also a village where Franz Kafka spent a few months of his life.
200 ml, vrchný priemer 11,7 cm
Otvorená miska s glazúrou šlemovka, čo je v podstate keramika namáčaná v hline, v blate, ktoré po vypaléní sa zafarbí, sfarbí do rôznych farieb.