A stoneware teapot with variations of colour deriving from the melting of the glaze into the wheel-thrown texture marks. There are traces of pale blue where the glaze is thicker. The orange brown derives from brush-applied iron oxide decoration. This teapot was thrown with a UK stoneware and assembled while still soft. After biscuit firing and glazing it was fired to 1300C to make it impermeable and very durable.
- This teapot is food, oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe and measures approximately 11cm tall and 12cm wide.
- The bottom is impressed with my seal, the letter P, and its identity number..
I really enjoy the whole process of throwing and assembling teapots. This one has a homely feel and is reminiscent of a kettle you might find in a Vincent Van Gogh painting. The deep surface texture marks are highlighted by the glaze varying from olive where thick and transparent where thinner. This teapot would make a personal decorative statement on a shelf or in a display cabinet and invites inquisitive handling. Equally it could be directly functional for brewing your favourite tea blend.
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