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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is your pottery safe to use for food?

    Our functional pottery is safe to use for food and can be used in the microwave, oven, and dishwasher. This means that you can use our pottery to store, prepare, and serve food, and clean it in the dishwasher or by hand as you would with any other kitchenware. Our pottery is made with materials and glazes that are safe for food contact and can withstand the high temperatures and moisture of the microwave and oven. However, it's always a good idea to follow the care instructions for your pottery to ensure that it stays in good condition and lasts for a long time.

  • What makes each piece of pottery unique in your handmade collection?

    Our pottery is handmade, which means that each piece is crafted by hand using traditional techniques. Because of this, no two pieces are exactly alike. Each piece has its own unique characteristics and variations, such as variations in shape, size, color, and surface texture. This makes handmade pottery special and one-of-a-kind, and adds to its charm and character. Handmade pottery is often considered more valuable and desirable than mass-produced, machine-made pottery because of its uniqueness and the personal touch of the maker

  • What can customers hope to experience when using your pottery?

    We put a lot of care, attention, and positive energy into each piece of pottery we create, each piece is "infused with joy". We enjoy creating these unique pieces and we want our customers to feel a sense of joy and appreciation when using it.

  • What type of clay do you use to create your pottery?

    Our pottery is crafted using stoneware clay, which is a type of ceramic material that is known for its strength, durability, and versatility. Stoneware clay is fired at a high temperature, which makes it resistant to moisture and heat, and gives it a strong, dense finish. It is a popular choice for making functional pottery, such as dishes, bowls, and mugs, as well as decorative objects, like vases and figurines.