The Raku process (from Kyoto in the late sixteenth century) is a low temperature technique (1000°C).
The pieces are removed from the hot kiln and allowed to cool in the open air where they "crackle". The crazing lines take on a dark color from the carbon.

artist: marika bäumler
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