Mugan Pingdong Bowl Bronze


Tableware and pottery

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Measurements: 7.5cm (H) x 11.5cm (W) x 10.5cm (Top Dia)

Product Description:
Indulge in the rich cultural heritage and exquisite craftsmanship of the Mugan Pingdong tribe of Taiwan with this stunning handcrafted Adisi pottery bowl. Meticulously crafted and wood-fired by skilled artisans using time-honoured techniques passed down through generations, this piece bears a metallic bronze patina unique to this firing technique. The distinctive dazzle of this pottery bowl adds a touch of authenticity and elegance to any space. Adisi pottery harnesses wood ash obtained from local wood and Japanese porcelain or Taiwan clay. Intricate tribal patterns are inspired by the lush landscapes and natural elements surrounding ancestral lands. From the earthy hues to the subtle textures, every detail showcases the tribe’s profound respect for their environment and its resources.

SKU: MUG-PIN-POT-2 Categories: , , ,
Shipping & Returns

Shipped from Singapore.

We endeavor to ship your order within 3-5 days from the time it was placed. When your order is shipped out, we will update you with a tracking number so that you can monitor the shipping progress.

Our commitment to ensuring your pottery pieces arrive in pristine condition is unwavering. Each pottery piece is meticulously packed with the utmost care and attention to detail before shipping. We employ industry-leading packaging materials and techniques, including secure cushioning, protective wrapping, and sturdy boxes, to safeguard your precious items throughout their journey. Rest assured, your handcrafted pottery will be delivered to your doorstep with the same level of craftsmanship and care that went into creating it.

If you are not in Singapore, please allocate an additional 14 days to account for duration of international shipping.


GIFT ELEMENTS is pleased to extend our returns policy for pottery pieces that have incurred damage during transit. Please initiate a return within seven (7) days of receiving the damaged item. To facilitate this process, simply get in touch via our contact page or send an email to, including your order number and images of the affected print.

When it comes to “Change of Mind” returns, we kindly ask that you make your selections carefully, as we do not operate a refund or exchange policy for such cases. For more information about returns, please visit our Delivery & Refunds page.

Our dedicated customer service team is here to guide you through the return procedure. As you prepare to send back your item, please ensure your order number is clearly indicated on the exterior of the package. Following the safe return of the goods, refunds will be processed. These will be directed exclusively to the credit card or account utilised for the initial transaction. Kindly allow approximately 7-10 business days for this process.

To preserve the integrity of your pottery pieces, it’s crucial to handle it with care. Avoid direct contact with the item, as natural oils and dirt from your hands can compromise the quality. Additionally, please refrain from any rough handling that could potentially scratch or damage the surface.

Wood-fired pottery refers to a traditional method of firing ceramic pieces using wood as the primary source of fuel in a kiln. This ancient technique has been practiced for centuries across different cultures and regions worldwide. It involves loading the kiln with pottery pieces, stacking them carefully, and then firing them using wood as the fuel to reach high temperatures necessary for the clay to mature and harden.

Key features of wood-fired pottery include:

  1. Firing Process: Wood-fired kilns rely on the combustion of wood to generate heat. The firing process involves a slow and gradual increase in temperature, often spanning several days, to achieve the desired firing temperatures, which can reach over 2000 degrees Fahrenheit (1100 degrees Celsius). This prolonged firing allows for unique effects on the pottery due to fluctuations in temperature, ash deposition, and wood-fueled reduction atmospheres.
  2. Distinctive Effects: The interaction between wood ash and the pottery's surface during the firing process creates natural ash glazes and unique surface effects. The flames and ash can leave marks, textures, and natural variations in colour, resulting in one-of-a-kind patterns and finishes on the pottery.
  3. Character and Uniqueness: Wood firing imparts a distinct character to the pottery due to the unpredictable nature of the process. Factors like the type of wood used, the kiln's design, and the firing duration influence the final appearance of the pottery, making each piece inherently unique.
  4. Connection to Tradition: Wood-fired pottery is often valued for its connection to tradition, as it honours ancient firing methods passed down through generations. Artisans who practice wood firing often have a deep appreciation for the art and science of this firing technique, preserving cultural heritage while embracing its organic and unpredictable nature.

Overall, wood-fired pottery is cherished for its individuality, organic beauty, and the way it reflects the natural elements used in the firing process, making each piece a testament to the skill of the potter and the unique characteristics of the wood-fired technique.



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