Vaso Ruggine

Vase in ceramic and iron dust, enamelled with Raku technique. Completely handmade, a unique piece and also an object of fine interior design.

Size Chart
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CLOTHES
MEASUREXS/34S/36M/38-40L/40-42
UK681012
USA46810
FRA36384042
Waist (cm)64687276
Chest (cm)81858993
Seat (cm)899397101
Inseam (cm)81828384



SHOES
FOOT IN INCHESFOOT IN CMUSAEuroUK
23.56395
24.16.539.55.5
24.87.5406
1025.48417
10¼25.78.541.57.5
10½269428
10¾27.39.542.59.5
CLOTHES
MEASUREXS/34S/36M/38-40L/40-42
UK681012
USA46810
FRA36384042
Waist (cm)64687276
Chest (cm)81858993
Seat (cm)899397101
Inseam (cm)81828384



SHOES
FOOT IN INCHESFOOT IN CMUSAEuroUK
23.56395
24.16.539.55.5
24.87.5406
1025.48417
10¼25.78.541.57.5
10½269428
10¾27.39.542.59.5

How to Take Clothing Measurements

  1. Get a flexible measuring tape. These are often sold in craft stores
  2. Neck:
    • Measure around the base of the neck in inches.
    • Round up to the nearest half inch.
  3. Chest:
    • Wrap tape measure under armpits around fullest part of chest (usually right above nipples
  4. Sleeve:
    • Bend your elbow and rest your hand on your hip.
    • Have someone measure from the middle of the back of your neck to your wrist by putting the tape measure over your shoulder, around your elbow and to your wrist.
  5. Waist:
    • Wrap tape measure around where you normally wear your pants. Keep tape measure a little loose by keeping a finger between the tape measure and your waist.
  6. Inseam:
    • Put on a pair of shoes.Have someone measure from your crotch to back of the heel, where you want your pants to end.
  7. Hands:
    • Measure around the hand at the fullest part (exclude thumb). The number of inches shows the size of the glove.
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Vase in ceramic and iron dust, enamelled with Raku technique. All production phases are handmade: the preparation of the clays, the forming, the inlay, the enamelling, the Raku cooking, final composition and packaging. The Raku technique was developed in Japan for preparing the tools for the tea ceremony, interpreted as a sacred ritual of welcoming, peace and reconciliation. Following its recent introduction into the Western world, the Raku technique’s fundamental principles have been significantly distorted. The decorative image, with metal reflex and craving (craquelé), the uniqueness of the production process during which the object is pulled out from the oven still incandescent, have turned this technique into an extremely original process. During the Raku production process the object suffers a strong thermic shock. The piece of white or colored clay, after being molded into the desired shape, is cooked first at 950-1000 C. Afterwards, it is decorated, utilizing special oxides and enamels which change differently when brought into contact with air, smoke or water. The Raku ceramics are much appreciated and sought after. Many of them are extraordinary artworks and are displayed in museums and private collections. . “Ruggine” is an object that need a complex manual processing, turning it into a unique piece. The use of iron dust, sown and kneaded by hand, produces shades of rust impossible to create with average ceramic enamels. These photographs are therefore merely indicative: the measures and shapes, reflexes and shades, together with the piece’s details, will always be unique and never equal to each other

Data sheet

Height
64 cm
Width
17 cm
Depth
8 cm
Weight
3 kg
Properties
Ceramica Raku

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