Two cups with unvarnished oak box. The cups are picked out for their quality and combined in a set to heighten their individuality. They are small looks into ceramic and pottery history with techniques and visual choices derived from studies of old pots.
This set is made up of a pale glazed cup with tiny shifts in its colour from deliberate fluctuation in the flame generating a somber quality like a tailor made shirt. The second cup is brown clay fired for four days in the back of a anagama kiln. A wood kiln of Japanese heritage. The colour is from the flame and as
Description of these or similar pieces in a video shot for Scottisch gallery:
Woodfiring in Alvik by Stefan
100 & 90 ml + kazeta
Unikátne kameninové drevom vypálené misky.