Black glazed teapot No.12 by Park Sung-Wook
Park Sung-Wook's work is based on simplicity and harmony. Based on the simplified form of handicrafts, he seeks emotional (harmony) power of texture different from mechanical lines.
Black glazing refers to black ceramics, and the various depths of black color can be obtained depending on the temperature and components of the kiln. It is a type of ceramic that shows the charm of heavy and rugged black, and in particular, Park Sung-
Wook's black glazed products are harmonized with solid black and blunt textures one by one with a sensuous line.
The kettle can be used on a warmer or stove for a long time for using a highly heat resistant material.
Materials & Size(cm)
Ø 17x H 18
*Due to the nature of handmade products, it may vary in size.
Precautions for use
- Avoid using a dishwasher because pottery is weak in strength and is at risk of cracking.
Since it is highly absorbent, wipe it with a soft sponge after use.
It can cause mold, so remove moisture and dry it well.
In addition, if you use a microwave oven while there is moisture, the pot expands and there is a risk of gradually damaging the bowl.
Ovens cannot be used except for pottery using
Products in the buncheong technique or glaze are likely to be penetrated through the cracks, so wash them with water as much as possible without using detergent and dry them well.
Try below if there is a slight crack, or if water seeps out.
1. Put rice washed water (if not, milk or flour-dissolved water) in a bowl.
2. Boil it over low heat for about 20 minutes.
3. Cool the pot as it is, wash the bowl, and dry it in nature.