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Anne-Mette-Hjortshoj de corta cuadrados botella

Each square bottle by Anne Mette Hjortshøj becomes a potter’s canvas, reflecting the ethereal beauty of her island surroundings.

Anne Mette Hjortshøj - the translucent quality of her pale surfaces is produced by brushing on a white slip over a dark clay, she then uses ash glazes and the salt process over the top.

Anne Mette Hjortshøj - the translucent quality of her pale surfaces is produced by brushing on a white slip over a dark clay, she then uses ash glazes and the salt process over the top.

Anne Mette Hjortshoj - Square Bottle

Anne Mette Hjortshoj - Square Bottle

『英国フェア2014』 英国現代陶芸の祖 ルーシー・リーとハンス・コパー展 Lucie Rie & Hans Coper

『英国フェア2014』 英国現代陶芸の祖 ルーシー・リーとハンス・コパー展 Lucie Rie & Hans Coper

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Square Bottle | Joseon dynasty (1392-1910) | Korea | Porcelain | The clean silhouette and bluish white color of this piece are typical of undecorated porcelain from the official court kilns (Bunwon) of the period

The clean silhouette and bluish-white color of this piece are typical of undecorated porcelain produced in the nineteenth century at the official court kilns (Bunwon).

Glazing Ceramics with Wood Ashes: My Version of the Japanese Nuka Glaze | Joel Cherrico Pottery

Bottle, Shoji Hamada, Nuka and Tenmoku Glazes, Photo by Joel Cherrico from Phil Rogers Ash Glazes

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