See each step behind our craftsmanship.
Preperation and molding of new forms in clay.
Preperation of the first plaster mold for future making of the piece.
Collimation and molding operations of pieces.
Printed or cast items. At the moment, raw materials are refined and, once dried, they are fired at 1020°C to harden. This operation is called 'first cooking'.
Some items are skilfully decorated on the biscuit then painted and finally baked at 1000°C. At the end of this phase, the piece is cooked and is finished. This operation is called 'second cooking'.
Decal application, hand-made by our girls that fit them to different items. The finished pieces, painted white with two cooking times, are fired again at 780 ° C, the 'third cooking'.