Raku

During the Raku process ceramic items are taken red-hot (up to 2000 degrees) from the kiln and then reduction fired & smoked in a container that may contain sawdust or oats. The smoke colors the cracks in the crackle glazes and the unglazed bottoms of the piece. This process brings out the unique colors, luster, and finishes found in Raku.

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Raven's Vision Tiled Mirror

Raven's Vision Tiled Mirror 8 x 14 with frame, available in an alder frame with beveled mirror. Raven...

Running Horse Raku Fetish

Hand formed and Raku fired by Ruth Apter, this Running Horse is a unique small ceramic sculpture that has been...

Small Fishing Bear Fetish

Hand crafted & Raku-fired by Ruth Apter, this bear is a unique small ceramic sculpture that has been inspired by...

Workhorse Fetish in Turquoise

Hand crafted by Ruth Apter, this unique horse is a small ceramic sculpture with a turquoise glaze that has been...

Workhorse in White Crackle

Cast & hand-formed, then raku fired, this workhorse (with a bead wrapped around its body)is a unique small ceramic sculpture...

Workhorse Raku Fetish

Hand crafted Raku-fired by Ruth Apter, this horse is a unique small ceramic sculpture that has been inspired by Betty...
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