Dancing with fire

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Material
Pottery
How It's Made
Handmade
Where It's Made
Taiwan
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This stoneware is made on a wheel, and finally the piece went through a gas reduction firing. Every stage of the process has to be perfectly executed with a lot of attention to details. This piece of stoneware is fired up to the temperature of 1240 degree Celsius.

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Taiwan
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Dancing with fire

Product Description

This stoneware is made on a wheel, and finally the piece went through a gas reduction firing. Every stage of the process has to be perfectly executed with a lot of attention to details. This piece of stoneware is fired up to the temperature of 1240 degree Celsius. /Material/ Yellow clay /Size/ Length x Width x Height = 6cm x 6cm x 7.5 cm Weight:141g Handmade pieces are not completely perfect, the size also vary within 0.5 cm. /Colour/ Red, orange, black Colours may differ due to screen colour settings, the colour of the actual product is final. Before use 1. Packaging used for delivery is recycled material. 2. For ceramics or porcelains used as foodware, wash for a few times before use. 3. Glaze can have some defects during firing, e.g. tiny pinholes, glaze crackles (not clay cracks) and glaze shrinkage are all normal. How to care for ceramics 1. Ceramics are dishwasher and microwave safe. Avoid using ceramics in oven (unless it is fire clay), glaze can crack under drastic temperature change. 2. Avoid using wire brush when cleaning ceramics, use sponge instead. 3. Avoid exposure to direct flame (unless it is fire clay). 4. Glaze can have cracks after prolonged use. It is normal for tea or coffee to seep through the cracks. To avoid tea or coffee from seeping into the cracks, clean ceramics immediately after use. 5. Exposed clay without glaze are porous, oil from hands can seep in, giving ceramics a shiny look, this is normal. 6. Ceramics are brittle and fragile, avoid compressing them, glaze can crack under pressure.

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