Handmade, wheel-thrown Malcolm Davis Carbon Trap Shino on a porcelain hanging planter with three hand-tied gray and white paracord knots. Hand-carved detail on altered shape with peach blushing at the glaze break.
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 vessel specks of soot and carbon with a metallic silver tones.
Perfect for air plants - no drainage hole at the bottom of the planter. Does not include Tillandsia.
Ceramic dimensions approximately 2.5" H x 3.25" W with 19.5" paracord.
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