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“A piece of nature hand-crafted, carefully finished. Every piece is so simple, so imperfectly perfect ... unique. ”


The plates are made of light gray clay with tiny dots and coated with green_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5. They can be used for many occasions. 

Baked are above 1200 ° C and are a guarantee of quality and strength. Suitable so are for use in the microwave, oven and can be washed in the dishwasher.

The price is valid for one piece. Plates are also available in our store.



- diameter 28cm


If you want to order more pieces than are currently available in the store, the production time is from 14 days to 3 weeks. If I manage to make them sooner, I will definitely send them to you as soon as possible.



    Each piece is handmade and carefully designed, the uniqueness and palette of colored glazes offers plenty of results also in terms of shades and surface details. This means that each piece is completely unique. No product will ever be exactly the same as another. Throughout the entire creation process, each product travels through my hands several times, adding to it the energy of love and warmth that only a handmade piece has. Energy that you can feel and that creates a special and unique experience to use.


    Stoneware is a type of ceramic. It is made of special clay that can be fired at temperatures above 1200 ° C. As an example - traditional Slovenian red clay ceramics are fired at 1050 ° C and porcelain at 1300 ° C. High-temperature stone has special properties - it is resistant to mechanical and chemical influences, has low porosity and almost does not absorb water. Such products are solid, chip-resistant, and more compact to the touch.


    It takes about three weeks from wet clay to a useful product. During production, the product goes through several stages of production, to which we must add the time required for drying, firing and cooling. The process is time consuming, but it creates durable products that, when used properly, are eternal.


    See the FAQ below for more information.

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