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Ramón Fort

Coal Cup (green)

Coal Cup (green)

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Carbonization is an ancient technique in ceramics, originating from the Prehistoric era. It's the process of coloring a piece black, resulting from its placement in the kiln with the absence of oxygen and at high temperatures. Besides the color change, the piece undergoes chemical variations that give the clay a consistency and hardness similar to that of a stone. Ramón Fort is one of the greatest potters who brilliantly applies this technique, treating his pieces as unique artistic objects.

Wheel-thrown piece.
Terracotta with an initial firing at 1000 degrees. Second firing at 1000 degrees with glaze. Third firing at 800 degrees (carbonization), where smoke is introduced into the body of the clay.
Artist's own glaze.
Dishwasher and microwave safe. Not suitable for oven use.
250 ml.
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