Our ceramics are one-off pieces, entirely manufactured and decorated by hand in our workshops. They contain the distinctive signs, such as variations in materials and nuances in the colours, which give artisanal ceramics their charm.
Some tips to help your ceramics retain their luster as long as possible:
- Dishwasher use is not recommended for hand-painted pieces. It is also inadvisable to soak it: the heat and moisture absorbed will, in the long term, result in fine cracks on the surface of the enamel. All ceramics develop this crackled effect over time.
- The use of certain cutlery can leave grey traces on the surface of the enamel. These traces can be removed using a special gum or detergent such as Ajax. With intensive use, all ceramic objects become scratched over time.
- The use of a microwave oven is not recommended, but the plates can be preheated in a traditional oven, taking care to avoid thermal shocks.
All our pieces are subject to quality control both during and at the end of production, and those which do not meet our strict qualitative and aesthetic criteria are systematically rejected.
Our ceramics are adapted for use with foods and meet all European norms, and all enamels and colours are guaranteed lead-free.