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Charger Charger Charger

Charger

Item Code: CER-WM-57-s
Medium
Shino & black
Signed
signed
Height (cm)
5
Width (cm)
34
Clay
Stoneware
Firing
Gas
Nationality
American
Shino & black

Shino glazes were first developed in Japan during the mid-1500s. They are distinguished by their large feldspar content, minerals that lower the melting point of the glaze mixture and help bond its distinct elements. They generally range from milky whites and pinks to deep reds, oranges and greys depending on their makeup and firing and can vary hugely in appearance from potter to potter.
Warren MacKenzie PortraitAt the grand age of 94, Warren MacKenzie has become a legend in the world of studio ceramics. One of the last living students of Bernard Leach, MacKenzie has transformed the landscape of American crafts. His honest, unpretentious pots are held in major public collections all over the globe, while his generous teaching style has encouraged an extraordinary pilgrimage of young potters to the Mid-West over the last fifty years. Now in his seventh decade working with clay, MacKenzie is no longer producing pots for exhibition. This is a truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire work by America’s most important potter.
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