It's named for the variety of glazes that coat this bag.
There's a white crackle glaze for the base and then drips, blobs and bubbles cover this Birkim.
A huge range of colours, metallics and crackle can be found on this beaut!
Raku pieces are made, dried, bisque fired before they are then glazed with special raku glazes. They are placed inside a raku kiln, outside and heated with gas. Once they have reached around 1000oc, they are removed and placed inside metal bins, filled with paper and sawdust. This catches fire and lids are placed on top and the bins are covered with water. After around 10minutes, we open the bins and cool down the items inside.
It's complete luck and praying to the kiln gods! This makes them specialist ceramics, completely unique and collector's items.
This should be fine to hold plants. Please note that excess carbon may reside inside, so if you place flowers/water inside, this may affect them.
This item is not food safe.