Our house isn't exactly swarming with free storage space. At the moment, I've got a whole pile of pots under the kitchen table. Our Slovenian visiting scientist friend Maja almost juggled a couple of these around midnight the other night. With her feet. I can be pathetically blase about the things that I make.
For a multi-angle view of the upper vessel, see below.
Definitely a few notches in complexity above your average bowl or mug... but that's a big part of the fun.
I haven't shot any video yet- but this one functions beautifully. See the page header for a full view.
(That's an obscure Firefly reference for the geeks among us).
I've decided to stop making overflow trays for my planters using raky techniques. Not only does raku tend to be porous, but it all too frequently cracks in the fire. We've already suffered a couple counter-top blowouts.
The more I think about it, the more I believe that a neutral basal piece really suits a raku planter best- sort of a tabla rasa against which the planter itself can pop out.
But... let the viewer decide!