Small Serving Bowl in Chinese Blue, 5.5"dia. (Ben Owen III)
Small Serving Bowl in Chinese Blue, 5.5"dia. (Ben Owen III)
Small Serving Bowl in Chinese Blue, 5.5"dia. (Ben Owen III)
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Small Serving Bowl in Chinese Blue, 5.5"dia. (Ben Owen III)

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   The Trumpet Flair Bowl form reveals the many great qualities of this exquisite Chinese Blue glaze.  Serving bowls have been a part of the home setting for thousands of years.  Offering guests, family, or friends a treat or special food dish has been a long-standing tradition across many cultures that continues today.  An arrangement of fresh flowers inside this bowl also provides a welcomed visual offering to your home or office visitors.  A perfect gift for that hard-to-shop-for friend or family member.  Dishwasher- and microwave-safe.  Measuring 2.5”h x 5.5”dia.
Please Note: What appear to be white spots on the surface are reflections from photo lighting.  

    The Chinese Blue Glaze is sought by collectors because of the variety of hues and variations of finish from each firing.  No two pieces develop exactly alike.  Each result is one-of-a-kind. 
   Although many of the forms are similar to Chinese Red pieces, there are some shapes made specifically for this glaze.  
   The color is achieved from several mixtures of copper in a glaze and fired to 2250°F.  This glaze was first developed at Jugtown Pottery in the 1930s.  After Jacques Busbee’s death, his wife Juliana requested that the glaze no longer be produced.  From different accounts and research, the recipe for the glaze was lost.  This glaze influenced Ben Owen Sr. when he established his own studio.  After many attempts to re-create the glaze, he developed a similar recipe that was then handed down through the generations and Ben Owen III continues with his version of the glaze.  

This piece is hand-signed by Ben Owen III with the year made (2021).