​Ref.#8358 [Enclosed hollow double-walled piece]

​9 1/4" h x 9" w x 9 5/8" d

$1,100.-

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Tile: 5 1/8" h x 5 1/4"w, Frame: 9" x 9"

Framed: $310.- Unframed: $260.-

​Ref.#8243 [Enclosed hollow walled piece]

​12 3/4" h x 13 1/4" w x 3 5/8" d [12 lbs]

$1,100.-

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Ref.#8193 [Enclosed hollow walled piece]

7 5/8"h x 8.0"w x 3 7/8"d 

SOLD

​Ref.#8388 [Enclosed hollow walled piece]

10 3/8" h x 10 5/8"w x 3 5/8"d

$700.-

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GOLD & SHADOWS SERIES

Ref.#8443 

5 7/8"h x  9 5/8" w x 6 1/8" d

​$400.-

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3 1/4" X 3 X 1/4"
$100.-, Framed $150.-

Ref. #8237 [Enclosed hollow double-walled piece]

4 1/4"h x 8 1/4" diameter (4.7 lbs)

Not available 


Type y2 1/8"h x 6 7/8"w x 2 5/8"d

         $200.-

High-fire stoneware body pieces are made with single or multiple-layered glazes.

Reduction fired to cone 11 (2,350F) once or twice,

All porcelain pieces are made with single layered glaze and single reduction fired to cone 11.

The following Large Ash Glaze Vase was reduction fired once.

photo by John Plolak

 Ref.#8472

 6 1/8" h x 10" diameter [8.4 lbs]

 $750.-

 SOLD


Ref.#​8453  [Enclosed hollow walled piece] [8.6 lbs]

5" h x 10 3/4" diameter

​$700.-

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3 1/4" X 3 X 1/4"

$100.-, Framed $150.-

 Ref.#4636.VASE  (Ash Glaze & Oxides, Coil built)

 21.0" (53.0cm)h x 21 3/4" (55.0cm) diameter

 $8.000.-

Ref.#8316

Set of 16 pieces, 3' 3" (45") if lining up straight w/o space between pieces.

Largest: 7/8" h  x 8 3/4" diameter, Smallest: 1/84" h x 3/8" diameter

$900.-

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  NEW GLAZE

                                     -----The following glazed pieces are currently only sold directly at the show-----
Based on reddish purple (reddish brown), blue, and black, with subtle changes such as brownish purple and deep black, bright and fresh blue, greenish deep blue, etc., it creates an extremely complex and colorful range of colors.
This is because the light interference phenomenon occurs in the outermost layer of the glaze, and the colors appear to transform (change) one after another depending on the light source, the amount of light, and the viewing angle.
Therefore, it is necessary to devise a light source, amount of light, and the condition of the light in order to enjoy these works.