A white and translucent form of refined ceramic that vitrifies at high firing temperatures resulting in thin walls with unmatched purity, strength, durability; and yet carries with it an air of fragility.
A mid-to-high firing of unrefined clay that produces a hard, dense, grittier texture surface with often variegated color. It often bonds well with several glazes and creates an impermeable, non-porous surface when fired to maturity.
Applauded for its functionality, earthenware matures at lower firing temperatures making it ecologically practical and biodegradable. It is relatively porous and fragile with a low shrink factor. Our collection aims to work with artisans to stretch the boundaries through sustainable design interventions without compromising on precision.