5 Tips For Planning Your Dream Kitchen

Introduction

I started this company in 2004 with a simple mission: to provide unique dinnerware options for the hospitality industry. I started small, with one wheel and one kiln, collaborating with chefs, taking risks and learning from my mistakes. Since then, we've spent more than a decade testing numerous clay bodies and glazes, all in an effort to provide our customers with the most durable product possible – ware that can handle the abuse of high-volume kitchens and commercial dishwashers, and stand the test of time.

Clay is removed from pallets and run through our pug mill. Pugging the clay removes air and provides the dense, consistent mix required for quality dinnerware production. Scrap clay from the forming process is mixed in with the new clay to eliminate as much waste as possible.

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An Inside Look at Our Process

We use six building techniques to form our dinnerware: throwing, hand building, jiggering, slip casting, pressing and extruding. Here's a glimpse into how one of our pieces is made.

5 Tips For Planning Your Dream Kitchen

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