Lisa Hammond Soda Fired Pourer B
Maker: Lisa Hammond
Handmade in UK.
Lisa’s pourer’s, hand thrown on the potters wheel, are each consciously crafted to be enjoyed daily. Enjoy with cream or milk at afternoon tea.
With a satisfying soda-fired finish, Lisa never fails to remind us of the clay's natural plasticity. Soda firing is an atmospheric firing technique, where sodas such as sodium bi-carbonate and sodium carbonate are introduced to the process at peak temperature. In the heat the soda vaporises and bonds with the surfaces of the pots to form a sodium-silicate glaze.
Dimensions: w-6cm x h-6cm
As all products are handmade sizes and colour may vary slightly.
Lisa set up her own pottery in 1980. The development of Lisa’s recent work is a reflection of time spent in Japan, making, firing and exhibiting, which resulted in successful shows in Japan and all over the UK. She spent 9 months in Sydney, Australia and has held teaching posts at Goldsmith’s College and Camberwell College of Art. She has been elected a member of the Craft Potter’s Association and had her work shown in the National Gallery, London and The Tate, Liverpool.