What exactly is Ceramic Jewelry made out of?
If you have ever seen someone working on a potters wheel, "throwing a pot", then you have seen the type of clay that I work with. I start with the same big chunk of clay and make each pendant individually. Each piece goes through multiple firings at very high temperatures, just like potters do with the mugs and vessels that they create.
The Process: All of my pieces are formed from Porcelain or Stoneware Ceramic clays. After they have dried, each piece is cleaned, then fired in a kiln for 4 hours to a "bisque" state. At this point the clay is ready for glazing. 2-3 layers of glaze are applied, and then the pieces go back into the kiln for another 6 hours. The temperature reaches over 2200 degrees Fahrenheit in the final firing.
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