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Porcelan: what is it?
Porcelain was first received in 620g. in China. The method of its manufacture was kept secret for a long time and only in 1708. Saxon experimenters Chirngauz and Böttger managed to get European porcelain.

And by the way it is very clear why!

The process of making porcelain products is very complicated. For example, to get one of our finished sheep, you need to perform up to 50 technological operations.

Can you imagine it?
How we do it?
Porcelain pulp is made from thin mixtures of kaolin, quartz, feldspar and other aluminosilicates and includes up to 40 different additives.
All ingredients must be blended in strict proportions.

Below is short description of some main processes:
1. Filling a hollow plaster mold with a porcelain mass (open casting process)
2. Drying
3. Polishing
4. 1st Firing
at a temperature of 700-900 degrees Celsius in a special kiln for firing ceramics.
5. Glazing
6. 2nd Firing at a temperature of from 1100 to 1300 degrees Celsius
7. Applying the paint and logo
8. 3rd Firing in a kiln (smaller in size) for firing, at a low temperature
Actually, here could be even 4th Firing, it depends on colours pallette. ;-)
9. Quality test is a process of the careful selection of quality, and in case the product fully complies with our intern standards, we send them to the final assembly.
10. Final assembly
Probably you will ask why we do it, if it is so complicated and long?
Why don't we just use plastic or ordinary clay?
Sustainability of porcelain is high above any other materials.
A quality workmanship allows porcelain products to retain their charm and beauty for decades.

For sure, the main reason is that we
are enchanted by the porcelain.
And we hope you will love our products. :-)

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