This Raku Clock has a ‘faux stone’ surface and turquoise nuggest at the noon, three, six and nine positions. It’s a great addition for any home or office setting!
Raku Lamps and Clocks are a favorite decor item I enjoy creating! I remember the day I went in search of an ‘artistic’ wall clock to replace one that’d quit working in my home. It was disappointing to me that the commercial choices at the time were….well, less than artistic! That was also the day that I began thinking about making my own and it wasn’t long before some of the first decorative raku clocks became a new offering among other items I create!
Following are examples of other raku clocks as well as lamps that I’m fond of making.
I enjoy making one of a kind raku pieces for home decor. This is a lamp with a hand sculpted horse image on the front. The lampshade is copper with varied tones which I found to be a great accent to the raku lamp base.
This Arab horse was originally hand sculpted by myself in clay then was made into a press mold for additional applications. It stands out in bas relief and adds drama to the piece.
Contemporary Southwestern in style, this Raku Wall Clock has a faux stone surface, turquoise nuggets at noon, three, six and nine positions and an image of Kokopelli in the upper right.
This clock has faux stone surface along with beautiful matte metallic and iridescent raku coloration.
This is a grape leaf clock designed for the wine or Tuscan themed lover!
For the wine Tuscan theme lover! At noon, three, six and nine o’clock positions are small bas relief grape clusters.