Handmade, wheel-thrown Malcolm Davis Carbon Trap Shino glaze on porcelain with three hand-tied black and white paracord knots. Raw porcelain at the bottom.
Shinos appeared in 16th-century Japan and captivate many potters because they possess an unmatched beauty in a wide range of colors. The carbon trapping from the soda ash within the recipe gives this pot specks of soot, carbon, and texture. Catleah has white spots and texture from the shino on one side and on the interior of the planter.
Perfect for air plants - no drainage hole at the bottom of the planter.
Ceramic dimensions approximately 3" H x 4" W with 23" paracord.