This tea bowl was wood fired for a week in Louie Kittleson's traditional Anagama kiln in Coromandel. It's an annual event that yields great camaraderie and fantastic slow fired surfaces.
Approximate Measurements: Width 12cm, Height 10cm.
Holds approximately 350mls.
Stoneware 1300 degrees Celsius. May spark and explode in a microwave because it's full of iron bearing rocks. May bully other crockery if left unsupervised in a cupboard environment. Possibly Incontinent. Hand wash. Made from New Zealand. Stamped STEER like the brand on a colt's arse.