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The RAKU ARTISTS Connection - Clay, Fire, and Water are an exciting combination in the Raku art form. Pieces are quickly fired to red hot temperatures, removed from the still hot kilns, and placed in a variety of reduction materials and containers, to produce a wide amazing number of colors, textures, lusters, and patterns, including beautiful iridescence. Because of the dynamics of the firing process, no two pieces are ever the same, but the process is always exciting. To make it possible to remove a red-hot pot from the kiln without it shattering, clay bodies include grog, which is fired and ground clay, and gives the pot strength. Enjoy this ring of original contemporary Raku art!
 

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