Duncan Shearer, Oil Pourer
$100.00 / Sold Out
Oil pourer, with spout a ceramic lid, wood-fired with a soda glaze.
This glaze is a beautiful mix of shades of pale greens, blues with hints of mustard yellow resulting in an almost luminous finish with brown flecks throughout.
We have 2 similar pourers in stock -one with a little bump on opposite side of the pourer to the spout and one without. This listing is for the one without the bump.
Height: approx. 14cm high (cork stopper sits slightly higher) with a base diameter of 7cm.
Duncan Shearer specialises in wood-fired, soda-glazed pottery using traditional techniques. He lives and works in Karangahake Gorge where he uses his vast knowledge to teach with his partner and fellow potter Charade Honey, he also consults on a range of pottery subjects including kiln construction.
"Currently, most of my work begins life on the wheel, but that’s just the start of the making process. I often add, subtract and alter the initial round forms, looking for a liveliness and freshness that will remain through the whole making process.
I use a wood kiln to fire my work as it provides the richest surfaces that compliment my forms. The physical nature of this firing process and its inherent unpredictability give my work freshness and a decorating touch that speaks about process."