Raku Vases

Click on any of the vase names below each image for more details.

Raku pottery allows the opportunity to combine my love of pottery and storytelling.  After each vase is removed from the fire of the reduction bin and cooled in water, I clean them to reveal their story to me.  Each vase has a name and some even have a story. 

If you are interested in purchasing a particular piece of pottery, you may do so from the page for the particular vase, or  by contacting us here.


      1. Congratulations! I can still remember what an amazing feeling that is πŸ˜‰

    1. Haha! I could certainly see that one being appropriate as a name for that vase! I will have to post a weird cut out vase I made that is not dissimilar.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind and wonderful comment. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

    1. Thank you so much for your very kind and thoughtful comment! You have made my morning here on the East Coast of Canada! I hope you are well and have a wonderful weekend!

  1. Absolutely gorgeous work!! So pleased that you found my blog and shared the timeless beauty, magic, mystery, and passion of your vases. Blessings!

    1. Hello! Your comment had gone to spam for some reason – each vase has its own page that you are able to click through to. We do not have a full list at this time but are updating the website, including this page, over the holiday break. Please feel free to email by visiting the contact page here: https://rakupottery.ca/contact/

    1. Thank you so very much for such a kind comment! I was checking out your site and I found your artistic statement and projects intriguing and beautiful! Wishing you a beautiful day!

  2. Hi Jay,
    Hope you are doingΒ well πŸ™‚ Writing this to convey to you that I have nominated you for “Bee Love Award”
    Please see my post “A new feather on my cap” for details.

    1. thank you for your kindness! Please reach out at any time should you have questions about any particular piece πŸ™

  3. It’s interesting that I just wrote a post about how going to people’s sites instead of reading things in your feed is eye opening and here I am discovering that you have entire galleries and YouTube videos on your page! Lol. Great site design.

    1. Thank you! So glad to hear! And yes its a very different experience than the reader alone! πŸ™

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