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Porcelain #5 (armadillo clay) with obsidian x2, then indigo float x2 and a band of Ancient Jasper x2 on the top of the rim which has flowed to give this Turkish Nazar Boncugu (aka evil eye) effect.

Porcelain (armadillo clay) with obsidian then indigo float and a band of Ancient Jasper on the top of the rim which has flowed to give this Turkish Nazar Boncugu (aka evil eye) effect.

Michele DeLuca- "Shallow Bowl" Ancient Jasper over Textured Turquoise

Glazes: I love the swirl look to this piece! Michele DeLuca- "Shallow Bowl" Ancient Jasper over Textured Turquoise

Rompendosi, la ceramica prende nuova vita attraverso le linee di frattura all’oggetto, che diventa ancora più pregiato. Grazie alle sue cicatrici. L’arte di abbracciare il danno, di non vergognarsi delle ferite, è la delicata lezione simbolica suggerita dall’antica arte giapponese del kintsugi.

By repairing broken ceramics it’s possible to give a new lease of life to pottery that becomes even more refined thanks to its “scars”. The Japanese art of kintsugi teaches that broken objects are not something to hide but to display with pride.