Indus Valley "Remixed" Bowl
- In stock: #1
- Measurements: 6" tall and 8" wide
- Remix inspired by: Indus Valley's pottery
- Techniques/body: 1 - "Basaltic slip intaglios on stoneware that contains granular manganese. - Intaglio (a word used by print-makers; however, among ceramicists it is called "scratched blue") is an antique, decoration technique of the late 1700’s which was born in mass-production potteries of Staffordshire, England. Intaglio is an technique in which a image is incised into the surface of the pot, and the incised line or sunken area holds the glaze or slip. Then the extra slip is carefully scraped off to reveal the incised design below. In other words, It is the direct opposite of a relief. I have used this technique to create intaglios of different colored slips (slip is liqufied clay) on my works." 2 - "Basaltic bands which where hand painted.
- Handcrafted and hand painted (glazed) with our "Signature" glazes
- Food Safe/Dishwasher Safe/Microwave Safe