Bisque porcelain; surface painted and washed out by hand
The fine stripe pattern that covers the extremely wide rim of this bowl is created in the bisque porcelain by a sophisticated decoration technique developed by Stefanie Hering: Shellac is used to cover the ring sections on the still unfired porcelain and the segments that remain exposed are then washed out by hand. During firing, the shellac glows and a pattern of different textures remains.
- Measurements in mm:
- Ø420 h95
- Measurements in inches:
- Ø16.5" h3.7"