raku
Raku is a fast firing method of melting
the glaze which originated in Japan.
The glaze melts around 1850 degrees
and is removed from the kiln at that
temperature and placed in a container of
combustible materials where it reduces
in temperature.  The carbon created
enhance the surface and glaze.  The
vessel can then be moved to a container
of water for quick cooling.
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