Ceramic is a long process and many steps are required.
First, pieces are shaped by hand in a thin porcelain thickness. Once dried, they are fired at 950°C before enameling them with transparent satin glaze. Secondly, they are fired again at 1280°C. Finally, some of them are hand-painted with fine gold before a third
last firing at 800°C. Jewels are hung from 14 K goldfilled or sterling silver findings and beautifully packaged.