Each truly ‘one of a kind’ Raku pottery piece is created in the extreme heat of 2,000 degree Fahrenheit and then plunged into a pit of wood and paper igniting an inferno that smolders overnight. Raku pieces that survive wear the iridescent, unique and one of a kind colors of Raku. Artist Jeremy Diller’s Raku Pottery has his Southwest heritage showing through in the designs and colors chosen. Raku pottery by Jeremy Diller is light sensitive and not food-safe.
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