Care advice

Clays I use: 

I mostly use white, yellow with spots and gray stoneware clay. Clays I use always come from reliable suppliers from Germany or Sweden and are of the highest quality. As clay is a natural material, there may be small dots or irregularities in the finished product. The glazes also never behave the same on objects, which is the wonderful and unique thing about craftsmanship.

Stoneware that is fired at a high temperature, approx. 1200-1300° is more durable than earthenware. Consumables and sculptures do not chip as easily. It is said that the clay sinters when it reaches the high temperatures in the kiln, the pores fuse together and the clay becomes completely dense. This makes it waterproof and has a hard surface. Coffee cups, for example, leave no water rings on the table.

Ceramic utensils:

Coffee and tea can sometimes discolor ceramics. Please rinse the cup after drinking to avoid discoloration. If staines have occurred, wash with machine detergent at high temperature.

Stoneware is dishwasher, oven and microwave safe.

Ceramic sculptures:

Gently dust off your sculptures and keep in mind that not all sculptures are waterproof, meaning you should not submerge them in water. Wipe off with a damp cloth, no agents needed.


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