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Raku to You 

The low-fire technique gives these ceramic works a distinctive luster

click to enlarge This Sinistra Studio platter was hand built and fired by potter Kate - Tonguis — $74 at Isabella's Handcrafted Gift Gallery (3331 - Severn Ave., Metairie, 779-3202; www.isabellasgallery.com).
  • This Sinistra Studio platter was hand built and fired by potter Kate Tonguis — $74 at Isabella's Handcrafted Gift Gallery (3331 Severn Ave., Metairie, 779-3202; www.isabellasgallery.com).


click to enlarge Martin Lill, potter and owner of Hands in Clay (4125 Magazine - St., 269-1300; www.handsinclay.com), created this - roundly lustrous vessel, $175.
  • Martin Lill, potter and owner of Hands in Clay (4125 Magazine St., 269-1300; www.handsinclay.com), created this roundly lustrous vessel, $175.


click to enlarge Bound to be a bright spot on any dresser or mantle, this small raku - box is by Sara Duncan — $85 at Shady Side Pottery Shop and Art - Gallery (3823 Magazine St., 897-1710).
  • Bound to be a bright spot on any dresser or mantle, this small raku box is by Sara Duncan — $85 at Shady Side Pottery Shop and Art Gallery (3823 Magazine St., 897-1710).
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