Celadon Seasoning Mill

Celadon Pottery,


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This set is a prime example of Thai greenware, which straddles the gap between aesthetics and contemporary. These items showcase a technique native to Thailand, called Celadon. Celadon, which translates to green stone, is instantly recognisable from the greenish-mint hue of its motifs, and the earthenware used in creating it.

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After discovering the Kaolin (of the most important materials used), the King of Siam decided to bring some of the craftsmen from China and established workshops in Siam Kingdom.

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    A moist dough of raw earthen ware clay is made in pug mill which is then kneaded & ''Thrown-on-the-Wheel? for moulding. The pieces are dried in open air, until hard. Once hard, the surface is hand-engraved, carved or painted with intricate designs and motifsThen the pieces are ''Bisque Fired'' in a tub kiln to a temperature of 800o C & dipped in a special Celadon glaze. Finally, these pieces are fired at the ideal temperature range of 1,260o to 1,300o C in a...

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    Length: Salt Shaker - 5
    Width: 5
    Height: 7.5 Pepper Shaker - 5
    Type of Material:Clay/Ceramic
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