Raku is a ceramic firing technique developed in 16th century Japan. The meaning of the ideogram raku-yaki emphasises the serendipity of the firing process. The glazed sculptures were fired at 950 degrees, and the thermal shock produced the cracks in a completely random way. The object is then smoked, which blackens and enhances these accidents.
Shaped by the hands of the artist Bennie, “Oeuf Coque”, with its interior blackened by the smoke, offers a beautiful contrast of colours. An imposing piece that will nicely decorate a piece of furniture.Discover the artist