RAKU Japanese Incense Burner
Today, the process of Raku involves taking pottery out of a kiln while it is still red-hot. Then the pottery is placed into containers containing combustibles that ignite. Such an extreme environment creates a vibrant, otherworldly piece of pottery - that could never be re-created. This uncontrollable element of Raku is what makes the process so exciting for potters and collectors.
In Tecate, CA., potter Jeremy Diller uses an outdoor kiln that reaches 2000 degrees to create his striking designs, like these Japanese Incense Burners
Each burner is approximately 4.5" in diameter and comes gift boxed.