Unglazed and Raw Clay Material
We use unglazed porcelain for various products, from plant pots and vases to lighting. To clean, rinse in lukewarm water or wipe with a damp cloth.
Glazed Stoneware and Porcelain
We use both transparent and reactive glaze for our tableware and decorative objects. All glazed stoneware items are dishwasher-safe.
A transparent, glossy glaze provides a beautiful depth of colour. At the same time, it also reveals imperfections in the raw material that is normally not visible to the naked eye. This is a natural characteristic of the product's design, bearing the hallmarks of handmade products.
With a reactive glaze, each item will have a different outcome depending on its shape, burning temperature and even the location in the kiln. Some reactive glazes are applied by hand to achieve a unique and distinctive look. Depending on the glaze, most variations occur around the edge.
In general, do not use any chemical or abrasive cleaners. Small marks on tableware – particularly on matte glazed surfaces, which tend to be more porous than high-gloss finishes – can be caused by cutlery. This is a part of the wear and tear that occurs with this unique glazing. To retain the quality of your piece and ensure longevity, use a non-abrasive cloth or sponge and warm, soapy water to clean. We recommend wiping with a clean, dry cloth afterwards.