A free-form, porcelain soap dish that was thrown on a wheel then altered by throwing it on a stone slab then shaped and dried in a cotton sling.
It was fired to vitrification for strength and durability. A long heat soak at 2300 degrees allowed the celadon glaze to develop depth and variation. It has several iron specks on it, too.
The spiral design raises the soap out of the water in the dish. It has a drain hole.
About 6 1/2 inches long and 4 1/4 inches wide.
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