Wood Fired Tumbler

$45.00

These are truly one of a kind tumblers. It feels great in your hand. Julie, the potter, could never replicate it again. The wood kiln’s flame created interesting glaze patterns making it truly lovely. It can go in the microwave and the dishwasher. I would use this every day!

  • Food safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Approx 5″ Tall & 3.25″ Wide
  • Due to the nature of handmade, color and sizes may slightly vary

4 in stock

 

Description

Wood Fired Tumbler by Julie Devers! We have four of these lovely tumblers. Yes, you can drink a micro-brew in them, wine, water, juice, bourbon, ice tea, and anything else you can concoct. Great gifts for that difficult person. Men will love these!

Julie Devers is a graduate of Notre Dame. She also has a Master of Fine Arts degree from University of Montana. Julie has spent a lifetime refining her pottery skills and making functional pottery.  In addition to creating her own artwork, Julie teaches at the Kalamazoo Institute of Art.

Pots fired in an anagama wood kiln do not have a glaze applied to the exterior surface. The finished color and surface are determined by a few things. The clay materials, placement in the kiln, temperature and the duration of the firing. In a five day kiln firing, the ash of several cords of wood melts to form a glazed surface. The flame creates subtle and unique patterns as it weaves through hundreds of  stacked pots. As a result, the physical and emotional experience of the firing process seems to radiate from each one-of-a-kind piece unloaded from the kiln.

Julie’s artwork looks great in all home decor. Look closely and you will notice a singular dot or a simple line. Certainly, this is Julie’s quiet way of decorating her bowls, mugs, trays, and platters.  

Julie says, “Using handmade objects cause the senses to awaken. Transform your everyday rituals into special comforting moments.”

 

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