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Kobe - Low Brick

€39,00

These Kobe pots are made out of Raku. Raku is a baking technique originated in Japan, in the midsixteenth century. During the extreme temperature change of cooling down, crazing or cracking occurs on many of the glazed areas of the pots. The multitude of parameters involved provides results varying at...

These Kobe pots are made out of Raku. Raku is a baking technique originated in Japan, in the midsixteenth century. During the extreme temperature change of cooling down, crazing or cracking occurs on many of the glazed areas of the pots. The multitude of parameters involved provides results varying at infinity, which gives each piece the quality of single object.

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