Re Jin Lee Raku No. 22

Designed by Re Jin Lee

Re Jin Lee Raku No. 22

Size 8.25"w x 10.75"h


Elte’s collection of pieces by Re Jin Lee explore this daring and unpredictable ancient Japanese technique of Raku. Pieces are prepared with glazes special to the raku process. Instead of a controlled, electric kiln, raku requires a fuel-burning kiln -a much faster heating using fire. Pulled from the kiln red-hot, pieces are quickly placed in combustible materials which burst into flames upon contact. It is then smothered with a container to deprive the set up of oxygen, and immediately cooled down.

A number of variations on this process of fire, quick temperature change, and oxygen deprivation leads to endless variations in colors and surface effects. Results can never be repeated; each piece is truly an original.
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- Raku-fired stoneware


  • Width: 8.25”
  • Height: 10.75”


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Re Jin Lee

New York-based ceramicist Re Jin Lee’s work is reflective of a contemplative approach to ceramics and belief in simplicity. Characterized by organic forms and asymmetrical balance, Lee's pieces reflect the surrounding softness of nature and unpredictable moods of self. Raised in São Paulo, Brazil, her work is influenced by the mix of Brazilian modern and Portuguese colonial architecture, as well as the traditional Korean arts with which she was surrounded by.