After extracting the air and mixing the clay,

the pot is made with plates and achieved manually.

Playing with clay compositions enables to obtain a wide range of colors.

To enable pots to dry slowly and regularly, they are covered with cloth and fans are used to stir the air.
Passing through the glasshouse is the last step before the firing.

In the glazing room, some pots are covered by a glaze coating, mixture of mineral powders which glaze by firing, using a spray-gun.

Introduction in the kiln is always a delicate operation : the pots remain fragile until the firing is accomplished.
This operation lasts eleven to fifteen hours to reach a temperature of 1300°C (or 2372°F)

After the firing, the pots get their definitive color. The clay turns into a very strong material which becomes frost resistant.