Wheel thrown decorative moon jar using water etching decoration techniques.
Water etching ceramics is the process of painting a resist pattern onto a leather hard or bone dry piece of pottery, allowing the resist to dry, and then wiping clay away with a damp sponge. As the surface is wiped, a raised pattern forms under the resist. This is a great technique to add depth and visual interest to a surface while keeping a very clean and simple finish. The internal bottom cracked a bit but it won't disturb the beauty or functional use.
Cone 6 Porcelain with celadon.
Measure 9 " tall X 8 ” wide