Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase
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Ruby & Green Crystalline Glazed Round Vase

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This listing is for one crystalline vase.

This round vase was hand-made from porcelain clay on the potter's wheel by Lindsey. It is glazed with a ruby & emerald green zinc crystalline glaze on a satiny green background that fades from light to dark, top to bottom with deep ruby red/silver crystals.

  • Approx. 4.5" tall x 6.5" wide.

The crystals seem to pop off the surface of this unique vase as streaks of teal blue highlight different sections of the vase. Due to the unique nature of crystalline glazes, no two pieces are ever alike. The crystals are actually grown during the firing and cooling process. The time and temperature must be accurate in order to achieve crystal growth on the piece. Copper is used in the glaze in order to achieve the deep green color that was then turned red in a post-fire reduction.