Raku Pottery Quail Coaster
Raku Pottery Works Coaster. Design by Jeremy Diller
Each piece of raku pottery art is hand formed and fired in an outdoor kiln to over 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. Molten hot, it is placed in a pit with dried brush and mesquite shavings that burst into flames. The varying conditions of the Raku process assure that each piece is "one-of-a-kind." The piece you receive will be similar to the one shown, while exhibiting its own foray of colorful patterns.
Raku Pottery can fade in direct sunlight.