Dimpled Bottle in Pumpkin Glaze, 10.5"h (Ben Owen III)
Dimpled Bottle in Pumpkin Glaze, 10.5"h (Ben Owen III)
Dimpled Bottle in Pumpkin Glaze, 10.5"h (Ben Owen III)
Dimpled Bottle in Pumpkin Glaze, 10.5"h (Ben Owen III)
Dimpled Bottle in Pumpkin Glaze, 10.5"h (Ben Owen III)
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Dimpled Bottle in Pumpkin Glaze, 10.5"h (Ben Owen III)

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     Bottles have been a favorite of Ben’s forms on the potter’s wheel.  With a unique finish of Stardust Yellow Matte Microcrystalline, this bottle will bring joy to any home or office.  Sure to become a treasured gift.  Fully functional for everyday use, if desired.  Measuring 5.5”w x 10"h. 
Please Note: What appear to be white spots on the surface are reflections from photo lighting.

   The inspiration behind the Yellow Matte Glaze was to create a smooth, “soft” surface on the pots that would be a change from the glossy finishes typical in the Owen family of glazes.  From looking at surfaces created during the wood firing process, Ben wanted to recreate a similar surface but with the option to make it uniform or add an accent by spraying on the clay surface.  The yellow pigment is made from iron oxide and the matte finish is created from the use of magnesium and strontium in the glaze.


       The Pumpkin Glaze is a new glaze Ben has been working with and has a beautiful satin finish with variegated colors ranging from bright orange, rust brown and golden yellow.  The unique color variation comes from the use of iron oxide and rutile in the glaze and is accentuated by one of the local clays used by Ben that naturally contains a high iron and mica content.    

This piece is hand-signed by Ben Owen III with the year made (2022).