Aren’t these awesome! These Porcelain lamps by Jane Thelwell at Anglin Bay Pottery in Kingston, Ontario are engrained with rice which burns out during the firing, leaving the small indentations and holes in the clay for light to come through. Anglin Bay Pottery Lantern Festival blog Here is her blog post on the how and why of making the lamps: Post […]
The COFFIRE porcelain pendant light uses used coffee grounds as a coloring material to mimic the texture of marble. The eco-conscious method of staining is inspired by the ancient pit firing technique for pottery making. During the low temperature firing process, the interaction between the biodiesel and the sugar in
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