|Bone and Iron Red Flask|
The flasks are hand built with thrown tops. They are larger sized flasks - more for coat pockets than pants pockets, but Alex can fit one in the back pocket of his baggy jeans.
I like leaving the seams showing. It gives the flask a more touchable presence. Plus, I love rustic pottery.
Most of the flasks are made from slabs cut with a wiggle wire, but this one was made with paddled slabs. We make our own clay paddles, which you can see here.
|Cobalt Blue Flask|
We fire the flasks on wads even though we are working in ∆6 oxidation. I like the look of the glazed bottoms and we can be sure they won't scratch your table top.
|Wave Flask in Deep Lagoon|