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Airbrushed Muted Green Bowl with Modern Patterns

Ceramic Bowl

Created by Jean Elton
The original model for this shape was turned on a plaster wheel, from which a casting form was made. The casting form is one piece, enabling the piece to be cast without seams, which often cannot otherwise be eradicated from the final form. The resulting shape is graceful and fluid, yet both visually and physically light. Each bowl is fired first to approximately 1800 degrees F, then decorated by the artist using underglazes applied with fine-tipped bottles and an airbrush. It is finished in a spray booth with a transparent gloss glaze. The outside of the piece is a deep obsidian black.

The work emerges from the final firing (at about 2100 degrees F) a lightweight (approximately two-three pounds), yet sturdy vessel that is a gracefully pleasing work of decorative ceramic art. The unique serial number found on the bottom of each Jean Elton piece is reflected on the certificate of authenticity provided.

Stand not included.

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