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Turquoise Raku Cone Lid Vessel-14"

Andrew Berends

This contemporary art pottery vase or vessel is handcrafted by noted Vermont ceramicist, Andrew Berends. Raku pottery originated in Japan during the the 16th century and was originally intended to be use as ceremonial tea ware. Berends' studio art pottery is a combination of Raku and contemporary design, with the stunning contrasting colors of turquoise blue, black, grey and hints of metallic shades. It's copper metallic glaze will develop a rich patina over time.  The removable lid has a contrasting matte burnished finish.  Each piece is a one of a kind! Additional images can be emailed for approval prior to shipping or may be requested in advance. Vessels are porous and cannot be filled with water.

(image of the pair- Left one is this vessel) 

Approximately 14.5"H x 6" W

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