Can handle Teapot, Copper red
This Teapot is made in porcelain, thrown on the wheel, and finish using a copper red and celadon glazes based on traditional Chinese recipes. The handle is made of natural can.
Approximate size: 4″diametre x 6″tall (the dimensions don’t include neither the handle nor the spout. The diameter has been measured at the wider point)
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.