Brun Farin

The glaze was made by coincidence while we were experimenting at a ceramic workshop in Japan. We have been aiming to create more pink colour which I got the inspiration from Swedish Lingonberry. However the pink colour sometimes disappear in ceramic field depending on firing and how much pigment you add into glaze. However this misfortune provided us with a very unique color for the glaze that I didn't expect. The new glaze reminded me of brown sugar (brun farin in Swedish) and it was beautiful to keep it in this way.

 
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