Traditional Japanese Raku pottery achieves its unpredictable artistic style through smoke and fire. Glazes are applied through spraying, brushing or sponging, and water mists during the cooling process can influence the final colors in a surprising way. The Kemuri glass collection takes inspiration from these time-honored misting techniques. Like the glaze applications of some Raku ceramics, the result is a random, dappled finish that creates a soft, cloud-like effect. It’s a modern twist, using a traditional art form on a fresh canvas—glass—in eight colors and three patterns.