khphillips :: Lidded Raku Vessel - Amber Patina
From the description: "This vessel was thrown on the wheel from a raku stoneware clay. It was then dipped in porcelain slip while leatherhard. It was glazed with a clear crackle glaze and fired in the raku kiln. While the glaze was still molten hot, I pulled it from the kiln and sprayed it with my secret patina - creating a lush metallic amber color on portions of the pot. Then it was reduced in a can of shredded paper to fill the cracks with smokey carbon."
This Beautiful Lidded Frosted Lime Green Harvest Grape Compote Candy dish Depression Glass was made by the Indiana Glass Co. Believe it or not the frosted lime green is rare, and almost impossible find. I have found it in almost e... This Beautiful Lidded Frosted Lime Green Harvest Grape Compote Candy dish Depression Glass was made by the Indiana Glass Co. Believe it or not the frosted lime green is rare, and almost impossible find. I have found it in almost every color, even in the green's but I have not found any, not even 1 in Frosted Lime Green! There is no chips, nics, or cracks in this beautiful piece. In fact I get alot of admires over this item in the shop. I have been a little reluctant to let this piece go but I am running out room. I just cant keep everything grandma gives me, even though I try. This lidded compote pedestal candy dish stands approx. 10" high, and 7" wide. Many of these pieces are missing the lids, but this one is complete and in wonderful condition. It is priced according to rarity of this frosted lime green color in this particular design. Ive had my older generation customers tell me they remember their mom, or grandmother having a piece like this. Don't miss out on this beautiful piece of history! ♥ FYI!♥ Shipping is Based off like Products sold and shipped. Over payment in shipping of 1.00 or more is always refunded to the buyer! Find More Antiques, and Vintage Collectibles listed: http://www.etsy.com/shop/leighswiccanboutique?section_id=7166250
A lovely and romatic little fabric covered box for all the small treasures in life.
Bring some heat to your table this season, with a little taste of Thailand!
This reminds me of when I was a child and went to my Nan's house.... You could never touch the China!!! LOL.. Beautiful piece.