Inner Spirit Ball Rattles
$ 30.00
Raku is a form of pottery developed in 16th century Japan by a tea master challenging the beauty of the ostentatious and ornamented porcelain perfection so adored at the time.Celebrating an aesthetic philosophy rooted in Zen Buddhism, Raku tea bowls were made in a ritual of graceful purity and austere simplicity. Pulled red hot from the kiln to cool rapidly, tea masters prized handmade and irregularly shaped bowls with uneven glaze, cracks, and a rebellious beauty of deliberate imperfection.

The lightweight ceramic ornaments range from 3” to 4”, and are gift boxed in a nest of shredded craft paper with a story card.Each rattle comes gift boxed with a card that reads: 
 Native Americans used rattles during ceremonies to ensure blessings upon their crops. Use your rattle to help rattle some rain into your life, some rain out of your life, to help rattle your worries away, or (if you insist) just to keep your papers from blowing away.