This bowl is a smaller version of the medium light teal mocha diffusion bowl. It has many uses as a small portion dish for snacks, sauces and dips to name a few. It measures approximately 2.50 inches high and 4.5 inches in diameter.
The surface design at the bottom of this bowl is created by using a technique known as mocha diffusion. It is a chemical reaction created when an acid and an alkaline are placed together on the surface of the pottery during the leather-hard stage of the clay. The process is accomplished by using apple cider vinegar mixed with a colorant that is dropped or brushed onto the akaline slip. When the two elements meet they spread and flow across the surface creating a unique design that recalls elements of nature. It is not possible to control the direction of the acid mixture as it etches a distinctive pattern winthin the slip, so no two patterns are ever alike, making this bowl a unique addition to your pottery collection.
Light Teal Mocha Diffusion Small Bowl
This bowl was hand-thrown on the potter's wheel by Becki. It is approximately 2.5 inches high and 4.5 inches in diameter. Becki uses a warm brown, stoneware clay that has speckles in it and glazes that are mixed in the studio. All pottery is fired to 2200 degrees making it food, dishwasher and microwave safe.