Faux Raku Vase


Streicher Goods founder Ethan Streicher produces one-off ceramic objects that vary in function—be that lighting, storage or decoration—and he purposefully never produces the same one twice (unless you request a custom order, which he accepts year-round). This particular design, called the Faux Raku Vase, was supposed to be an orange and white, creamsicle-like hue. The closure of his communal studio and a few accidents in the kiln produced this burnt, brown and black (and slightly orange) vase, which he likens to the traditional Japanese Raku method. Handmade by Streicher in Brooklyn, the Faux Raku vase stands five inches wide and nine inches tall.