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Black stoneware moon jars-Icelandic collection

About this project

Thrown in black stoneware these moon jars are part of the Icelandic collection. Inspired by the Reykjanes Peninsular and basalt beaches of Vik they are glazed inside with either a copper green or cobalt blue glaze and dipped on the rim with tin based glaze. A Japanese throwing tool is used to texture the clay whilst throwing.

Pricing

£65 — £380

Keywords

black, stoneware, iceland, moonjar, vase, icelandic

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
Detail from black stoneware and copper green and tin
Photographer: Yeshen Venema
Thrown in black porcelain and textured with a Japanese comb tool. Inspired by the moss green s and volcanic shale of the Reykjanes Peninsular, Iceland. Glazed inside and on the rim with a copper green and tin glaze.
Small and large moon jars
Photographer: Yeshen Venema
Thrown in black stoneware and glazed inside and out with a copper green and tin glaze.
Detail black stoneware moon jar
Photographer: Yeshen Venema
Thrown in black stoneware and glazed inside and out with a copper green and tin glaze. Dipped on the rim with copper green and tin. Inspired by the reykjanes peninsular.
Medium moon jar
Photographer: Matthew Booth Photography
Thrown in black stoneware, textured with a Japanese comb tool and glazed inside and out with a copper green and tin glaze
Large black stoneware and cobalt blue moon jar
Photographer: Matthew Booth Photography
Thrown in black gorged stoneware and glazed inside and out with a cobalt blue glaze. Dipped on the rim with tin.

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