Saturday, February 25, 2012
still-sound 44. A plate & a bowl
This is a plate I recently made with a shino glaze. I made the dish deep so that it could be used for serving. I may even try baking something in it. The rim already looks crispy like a toasted marshmallow.
I made a bowl glazed in tenmoku. I love the bronze and black patterning that tenmoku sometimes creates. The bowl is a perfect size for making salad dressing. Recently I filled it with rice crackers and peanuts. It's pictured here with a single asian pear, the kind that comes dressed in styrofoam netting at the oriental supermarket. One of Rob's work colleagues gave it to him. I'm not sure why.