This one is quit special, folks. A little Ken Ferguson. A little Takeshi Yasuda. Some Jim Makins in there too. This is such an important piece to me and there's only one other like it, and I'm keeping that one. I made this in my very first post apprenticeship studio - my parents' garage. I fired it in the fall of 2004 at Chris Gustin's in the salt chamber of his anagama kiln. I consider this to be one of the most important, seminal pieces of my career, and, believe it or pours pretty well! It's about 9"h, holding about 5 cups of tea. While it's hard to see due to the salt glazing, my "E" mark is on the bottom. It is raw clay with no liner glaze.

Wood salt fired teapot