What is the firing temperature for raku?

Answer According to Bailey Pottery, glazed raku is fired at 1,911 degrees F, cooled to about 1,700 degrees F, then removed. Raku is an Asian pottery technique that differs from traditional pottery in its ... Read More »

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What is raku?

Raku pottery is a technique from Japan that is used to produce items for tea ceremonies. Although the technique dates back to the 16th century, raku was not used in the west until the 20th century,... Read More »

How is raku pottery done?

According to the pottery website My Pottery Source, the unique firing process involved in making Raku pottery produces unique patterns in the glaze of the piece. The fracturing of the glaze of the ... Read More »

How is raku fired?

According to pottery manufacturer Mediterranean Interiors, the raku technique of firing pottery was created in 16th century Japan. The process was created for the manufacture of ornamental bowls us... Read More »