Raku Pottery Blessing Bowl
Raku Blessing Bowl by Jeremy Diller
Hand thrown raku bowl with copper and color glazes.
Each bowl is hand thrown, painted by hand, and fired in an outdoor kiln to 2000 degrees. It is then pulled from the red hot kiln and placed in a sand pit with wood chips. The intense heat of the raku bowl causes the wood shavings to spontaneously ignite and create the unique colors of the bowl. Only the strongest survive trial by fire.
Write down a few things you are grateful for. Fold the paper and place it in your blessing bowl. Every time you pass by your bowl or think of it, you will be reminded of your blessings. As you are thankful for your treasures, you invite more good things.
Handmade so each bowl is unique. Comes boxed with story card.
Measures 3 inches.