Raku Cross - Medium Spiral Bead
Raku Pottery Cross with Wire Wrapping & Beads by Jeremy Diller
7" x 4.5"
This Raku cross comes with copper wire wrapping adorned with glass and gemstone beads. It has a copper hook on the back allowing it to be hung on a wall.
Included with this cross is a tag with the following: So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. Luke 11:9-10
This item does not come with a gift box.
Each Raku Sacred Cross is formed by hand from raw clay. It is painted by hand, then fired in an outdoor kiln to 2000 degrees. red hot, it is plunged into a pit of mesquite shavings lighting a blaze, giving it unique flashes of color, making it one-of-a-kind.
Every piece of Raku Pottery looks slightly different. We will do our best to choose a beautiful piece for you.
Raku Pottery is a type of Japanese pottery that is traditionally hand-shaped. Low firing temperatures, lead glazes and the removal of pieces from the kiln while still glowing hot produce a finished product that is porous. Each piece of pottery is unique and finishes with variations in color and patterns. These one-of-a-kind art treasures are a favorite among shoppers, both in the store and the Tushita Heaven website. Raku Pottery makes a wonderful gift for yourself or others.
The Raku pottery offered on this site is hand-made by Jeremy Diller and his team. Raku Potteryworks headquarters ls located in Tecate, CA. Jeremy Diller signs every piece of pottery.
Raku Pottery is light sensitive and will fade over time, so be sure not to place your Raku pottery in direct sunlight.
Sometimes cracking of the glaze occurs, or minor fissures appear on the surface of Raku pottery. This is a normal reaction caused by the rapid change in temperature from a 2000 degree kiln to a 70 degree environment.
* Occasionally, the Raku may emit a mesquite aroma, which fades with time. * Small amounts of ash may be found on the surfaces of the pottery.