The silhouette of these bowls are inspired by the famous Song dynasty Jianzhan tea bowls. They're fired to cone 8. The pattern of the glaze is naturally formed during the firing process which gives each one a unique style. They weight around 150 g and can hold 150 ml liquid.
They could be used for their intended purpose - tea, or as small bowls for rice and side dishes.
Available in 4 colours: Tenmoku, Cream, and White and, Eggshell
Tenmoku: brown clay body coated in a iron rich tenmoku style glaze, which has a luscious black finish, with gold spots
Cream: brown clay body coated in a cream coloured glaze that gives the bowl a rust-colour rim after firing
Grey: brown clay body coated in a white glaze. The iron particles gets pushed to the surface during the firing, creating a natural freckling effect through the glossy glaze.
Eggshell: Porcelain clay coated in a cream glaze.