The ancient Japanese method of Raku firing leads itself to creating unique African inspired pottery. Each piece is removed from the gas kiln at 950 degrees and placed in sawdust. The glaze crazes are blackened by the smouldering sawdust. This process is largely uncontrolled and the slight imperfections that appear in the glaze are all part of the attraction and excitement of Raku firing.
Pieces may differ considerably in terms of colour and detail, but not in terms of quality. Please contact us before placing your order if you require details of the pieces we currently have in stock.