This vase is made inn porcelain, thrown on the wheel, and hand carved. It is then finished using a copper red and celadon glazes based on traditional Chinese recipes.
Small: Approximate size: 2.45″diameter x 7″tall
Large: Approximate size: 3.15″ diameter x 7″tall
This work is on display at Cookhouse Crafts, Bowness on Windermere
About John Masterton Ceramics
I work in porcelain, thrown on the wheel, and finish using glazes based on traditional Chinese recipes – copper red, celadon and tenmoku – fired in reduction to around 1300C. I like to make things that can be used, or at least look as though they can be used. I am inspired by many things, but my first love is Imperial Chinese ceramics, exemplified by the pieces in the Percival David collection, now housed in the British Museum.