PR224 A small lidded Jar. Tenmoku glaze.
3.75 inches tall.
PR220 A wood fired bottle with Nuka glaze and the effects of being close to the fire.
5.6 inches tall.
PR218 A Guinomi with a paddled pattern and a clear ash glaze over a white slip.
2.5 x 2.4 inches.
PR 217. A Guinomi with a combed pattern and a clear ash glaze.
2.6 x 2.25 inches.
PR213. A guinomi. This small cup is made from a clay body very high in iron. I have then dipped it into a white slip and a clear glaze.
2.5 x 2.25 inches
PR 212 A wood fired and ash glazed Chawan with a central strap. Pine ash glaze.
4 inches tall.
PR209. An ash glazed Chawan with an incised pattern. Outside is pine ash glaze and inside elm.
4.75 inches across and 4 inches tall.
PR 206. A wood fired and lidded Jar. Pine ash glaze on lid and shoulders.
The vagaries of the wood fire can be seen on this piece as the colour softly changes from a dark brown to orange and reds.
8.5 inches tall.
PR205 A Lidded Jar from the wood kiln. Pine ash glaze on the lid and shoulders.
5 inches tall.
PR204. A Yunomi with hakeme and iron brush pattern. Wood fired.
4 inches tall
A Chawan. Tenmoku glaze with Nuka interior.
5 inches diameter.
PR200 A Lidded wood fired caddy. Pine ash glaze over the lid and rim.
4,25 inches tall.
PR200 A wood fired and shino glazed lidded caddy with a paddled pattern.
4.3 inches tall.
PR 199. A wood fired lidded Caddy. 4.5 inches tall.
The shino glaze has crackled in a very fortuitous way.
PR 199. A Plate with hakeme and inlaid pattern. Wood fired.
9.5 inches across.
PR198. A wood fired Chawan with a paddled pattern. Nuka glaze.
5.5 inches across.
PR197. A wood fired Chawan with a paddled decoration. Nuka glaze. This bowl shows very distinctly how the flame passing through the kiln blushes the pots depending upon where the pot was in the kiln and where the neighbouring pot stood and acted as a sheild to the flame and vapour.
5 inches across.
PR196 A bottle . Ash glazed with hakeme and incised pattern.
11.25 inches tall.