This chawan was thrown from my local river clay. The river rolls past our back garden, up and down with the pull of the moon, beautiful in the running inks of night, and beautiful in the deep shadows of dawn. A teabowl for solitude in my opinion.

The clay is used as is and you can see the cavities left by bits of twig and grass as they burned out in the firing. A very strange clay flavour this has. Even at 1100 it still feels dusty to the touch. It melts at stoneware temperatures and is the main ingredient of several of my glazes.

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Made by: Tarragon Smith

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Weight 337 g
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 8.5 cm