Intricate Craftmanship, Utmost Simplicity

Combining tradition and technology, we are able to manufacture export-quality stoneware products—from dinner sets and coffee mugs to vases and candle holders—that are robust yet retains our intricate craftsmanship with utmost simplicity in mind.

Our products compete with mass-produced steel or plastic kitchenware as stoneware products are not only dishwasher- and microwave-safe but also chip-resistant. All this while upholding our workmanship and artistry.

We put together an entire array of coating to complement the clay structure. These lead-free, non-toxic glazes, while adding a tasteful touch, also makes earthenware tougher and sanitary. We have export-based clientele in Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, the US, and the UK.

How We Bring Clay to Life

The basic material clay is dug from the rice fields.
The clay is mixed with water and other minerals to form soft, workable clay that undergoes further processing by plunging to thick liquid and sieving through mesh to remove bigger particles.
Water is removed in a filter press and the clay is mixed in a pug mill.
Clay extruded from the pug mill is then kneaded by hand.
It is weighed according to the product and kneaded again into a ball shape.
A glaze coat is applied and allowed to dry.
Then it is thrown into pots on the potters wheel or pressed into plaster molds.
Glazed pots are fired a second time to 1250 °C to become stoneware.
After given desired shape and smooth finishing every item is thoroughly dried in the sun.
Household items made on the wheel include cups, bowls, plates, lamps, vases, tea and coffee pots, as well as flower pots.
Pots are then biscuit fired in the kiln to 800 °C.
And products made from plaster molds include incense holders, foot scrubbers and many varieties of oval, triangular, square and abstract shaped dishes.

Handcrafted with love, from our home to yours