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Raku Pottery Collection

Welcome to our Hand-Made Raku Pottery Collection

   The Raku pottery process is very unique ceramic firing process. After the pottery has been bisque fired, it is glazed and raku fired to a temperature of around 1800( F) in a propane-fired raku kiln. It takes about a 30 minutes to reach temperature. The pottery is removed from the raku kiln with specially designed raku tongs, while it is still glowing hot, and placed in a metal can filled with combustible materials. The heat from the pottery ignites the material and the can is immediately sealed. The fire quickly uses all the oxygen in the can and draws it from the pottery and glaze or "post fire reduction" The reduction stage is what causes the wonderfully unique, unpredictable and spontaneous patterns of color and metallic luster. After 15 minutes or so in the reduction can, the pottery is removed and dunked in water to "freeze" the patterns.

   If you don't see something you like at this time check back from time to time because we will be putting other pottery in our store.

Please Note:
    Our Raku pottery is hand made so it will look and have a similar style to the picture, but may have slightly different colorations, markings, and shape.

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Raku Pot by well-known Sedona potter, Dennis Ott.

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Raku Pot

By Dennis Ott

Each pot is uniquely original featuring beautiful raku colors of copper, reds, blues, and greens. Dennis has focused on the raku firing process an ancient Japanese art form, its dramatic colors making it increasingly popular in this country.

Raku Pot
Approximate size 7" tall and 6" wide.

Your Price: $170.00

  



Raku Large Spirit Jar

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Large Raku Spirit Jar

By Un Known Artist

Native American traditions teach us that spirit is found in all things and all things are part of nature. And that our ancestors in the spirit world give us power. Feathers or beads, like the ones found on this vase were often used to enhance the protective spirit power of a special object. Place this Spirit Jar in your home or work to serve you as a symbol to commune with your ancestors and their protective powers. Each piece 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 flame. The varying conditions of the raku process assure that each piece is "one of a kind."

Large Raku Spirit Jar

5.5in wide x 7in tall

Your price: $102.97

  




Raku Medium Spirit Jar

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Medium Raku Spirit Jar

By Un Known Artist

Native American traditions teach us that spirit is found in all things and all things are part of nature. And that our ancestors in the spirit world give us power. Feathers or beads, like the ones found on this vase were often used to enhance the protective spirit power of a special object. Place this Spirit Jar in your home or work to serve you as a symbol to commune with your ancestors and their protective powers. Each piece 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 flame. The varying conditions of the raku process assure that each piece is "one of a kind."

Medium Raku Spirit Jar

4.25in wide x 5.25in tall

Your price: $79.97

  




Raku Medium Dream Jar

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Medium Raku Dream Jar

By Un Known Artist

Native American traditions teach us that spirit is found in all things and all things are part of nature. And that our ancestors in the spirit world give us power. Feathers or beads, like the ones found on this vase were often used to enhance the protective spirit power of a special object. Place this Dream Jar in your home to store your dreams on the paper rolled inside. Each piece 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 flame. The varying conditions of the raku process assure that each piece is "one of a kind."

Medium Raku Dream Jar

4.75in wide x 8in tall

Your price: $128.00

  




Raku Fetish Bear

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Fetish Bear

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Native American traditions teach us that spirit is found in all things and all things are part of nature. Zuni say the bear has healing powers. When faced with conflicts, he helps you meditate to find the answers you need. Each piece 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 flame. The varying conditions of the raku process assure that each piece is "one of a kind."

Raku Fetish Bear

3.9in wide x 2.4in tall

Your price: $54.97

  




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