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Moon Jar with Slip | Vessels & Containers by Falkin Pottery. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style
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Moon Jar with Slip | Vessels & Containers by Falkin Pottery. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style
Moon Jar with Slip | Vessels & Containers by Falkin Pottery. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style

Created and Sold by Falkin Pottery

Falkin Pottery

Moon Jar with Slip - Vessels & Containers

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Price $55

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Shipping: USPS 3-5 days
Estimated Arrival: July 1, 2024

Handmade

Sustainable

Recycled Materials

Made In USA

Made To Order

Natural Materials

DimensionsWeight
4.5H x 5W x 5D in
11.43H x 12.7W x 12.7D cm

ITEM DETAILS

• Handmade
• Materials: Stoneware clay, Porcelain slip, non toxic Glaze
• Width: 5 inches
• Height: 4 1/2 inches
• Depth: 5 inches


Beautiful matte black with blue textured slip on a traditional Moon Jar of Far East pedigree. This is a stoneware clay that is fired over 2300 degrees and glazed to be waterproof, so it can be used as a vase, teabowl, or serving vessel, or enjoyed as a decorative piece. This piece was wheel thrown and altered by hand, then coated with clay slip- a mixture of clay and water with a cream-like texture, swirled as it was applied to create the ridges in its pattern.

Slip application is not pre-planned; I go with what feels and looks right as I am doing it. That makes each piece unique and individual.
Hoping you enjoy it!

Item Moon Jar with Slip
Created by Falkin Pottery
As seen in Creator's Studio, Seattle, WA
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2024
Always original, handmade ceramic art and functional ware

I started ceramics after completing a meaningful career in a technical world. The idea of expressing myself through art was a challenging new idea for me to explore, arising after taking a pottery class at my son's suggestion. I fell in love with the creative process converting clay into something useful, then discovered I had ideas to explore once I developed basic skills on the potter's wheel. Fifteen years later I find that I am deeply committed to this exploration and have learned the delight to find that others value what I create. An active skier, mountain hiker and traveler, I attempt to capture form, color, texture and shadows in my ceramic art. The flow of ideas is sparked from my outdoor adventures and observations. I hope you enjoy the results!