This wood fired stoneware teacup was selected by Pete Pinnell, juror, for inclusion in the "On the Rocks: An Exhibition of Vessels For and Related to Drinking" at the Pewabic Pottery in Detriot, MI. This cup was in the second chamber and the dolomite glaze reacts beautifully to the addition of salt at the end of the firing. The cup is equally at home with tea, espresso, or cappuccino; and many have also been used as desert cups. It is high fired (2,400F), and like all of my work is dishwasher and microwave safe. T
Teacup (2019 On the Rocks: An Exhibition of Vessels...)
All pots are high fired (2,400F) stoneware or porcelain. They are wood fired in a wood burning kiln for over 24 hours. As the flame crosses the pots, iron is drawn to the surface so the flames 'draw' permanent flashing marks on the pot, and the ash melts to form a glaze. All work is food safe, and dishwasher and microwave safe.