Enamelled square copper bowl in yellow enamel, with multicoloured dots. The bowl is about 9.5m diameter side to side and 3.5cm tall to the highest point. I initially made the bowl, starting from sheet copper, then enamelled it. The coloured dots are from crushed enamel pieces which are bigger than the enamel powder used for the bowl so form dots. Some of the dots are raised slightly. The yellow has overfired so has a dark outer edge.
This is a decorative dish so please don’t put it in the dishwasher because the enamel could chip or crack (I use vitreous enamel, which is effectively glass). The back of the bowl is enamelled in black and shows some marks from how the bowl is held when it is in the kiln. Enamelling the back reduces how much the copper warps in the kiln. One photo shows the back of the bowl.
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