Inspired by Japanese carving tools. It is common in Japan for Potters to pull, rather than push, their carving tools through clay. The dragging motion allows for less friction and a fluid cut.
Made of high carbon steel and tempered to be very hard, the Dragtool is designed to grace the hand and made a fluted mark in the clay. One end cuts a wider flute than the other. Wether you draw a long fluted line or chip away at the clay, the texture looks beautiful under a celadon or any glaze that breaks on the surface.