Artist Robert Hunter

Slate Vessel #1

Robert Hunter

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Media Ceramic
Type Sculpture
Price £500.00 / $607.55
Size 11 x 17 cm
Ref 24471

Slate Chawan Bowl #8

Robert Hunter

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Media Oil
Type Sculpture
Price £140.00 / $170.11
Size 13 x 10 cm
Ref 24614

Ivory Ash Bowl #2

Robert Hunter

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Media Oil
Type Sculpture
Price £50.00 / $60.75
Size 15 x 7 cm
Ref 24616

Celadon Ash Bowl #1

Robert Hunter

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Media Oil
Type Sculpture
Price £75.00 / $91.13
Size 18 x 8 cm
Ref 24617

Celadon Ash Bowl #2

Robert Hunter

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Media Ceramic
Type Sculpture
Price £40.00 / $48.60
Size 14 x 6 cm
Ref 24618

Slate Vessel #2

Robert Hunter

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Media Ceramic
Type Sculpture
Price £500.00 / $607.55
Size 11 x 17 cm
Ref 24472

Slate Chawan Bowl #4

Robert Hunter

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Media Ceramic
Type Sculpture
Price £125.00 / $151.89
Size 10 x 9 cm
Ref 24610

Slate Chawan Bowl #5

Robert Hunter

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Media Oil
Type Sculpture
Price £125.00 / $151.89
Size 10 x 9 cm
Ref 24611

Slate Chawan Bowl #7

Robert Hunter

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Media Oil
Type Sculpture
Price £125.00 / $151.89
Size 10 x 9 cm
Ref 24613

Tumbler #1

Robert Hunter

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Media Ceramic
Type Sculpture
Price £22.00 / $26.73
Size 9 x 8 cm
Ref 24458

Slate Chawan Bowl #6

Robert Hunter

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Media Oil
Type Sculpture
Price £125.00 / $151.89
Size 11 x 9 cm
Ref 24612

Tumbler #2

Robert Hunter

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Media Ceramic
Type Sculpture
Price £22.00 / $26.73
Size 7 x 9 cm
Ref 24459

Tumbler #3

Robert Hunter

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Media Ceramic
Type Sculpture
Price £22.00 / $26.73
Size 8 x 8 cm
Ref 24460

Ivory Ash Bowl #1

Robert Hunter

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Media Oil
Type Sculpture
Price Reserved
Size 16 x 7 cm
Ref 24615
This collection of work was inspired by family holidays combined with classic Japanese pottery. The materials I collected are from Aberfeldy and Dunkeld in Perthshire, Scotland. The glaze mixture contains slate, natural quartz, clay, seaweed and ash from a wood burner from the local area. While spending time with my girlfriend’s family during the holiday, the vast amount tea which was consumed inspired me to look into traditional Chawan forms and from there, I developed a range of naturally glazed Chawan-ware. Taking this inspiration further, I challenged myself by creating larger showpieces following the same theme.