All pieces are thrown on a potter’s wheel, dried slowly until they are able to be turned upside down and put back on the wheel to have the excess clay removed and a foot carved into them. At this leather-hard stage, they are decorated with a paintbrush and liquid clay. They are allowed to dry completely and then are fired in an electric kiln to 1830 degrees. Then they are glazed and fired for a second time. All pieces are food safe and meant to be used and enjoyed.