Pottery or ceramics display one of the oldest inventions that mankind has used for its own consumption. This practical value was indeed the reason for the need for ceramic items tens of thousands of years ago. Ceramics reached Estonia during the Early Stone Age.
In the course of time the technology has improved, and in connection with this also the endeavour to make more diverse forms and enrich the decor of the outer surface of pottery. Thus ceramics has become an object of art and creation, with a strong history.
Pottery or ceramic items encompass artefacts where the raw material is clay, mixed with feldspar, quartz or lime. By way of using different technologies, clay mixtures are formed into objects and later fired pursuant to specific techniques.
The making of ceramic art items is a diverse process which entails the selecting of materials, moulding, drying, burning, cooling, colouring, etc. and this is the reason why the maximum completion time of pottery artefacts lasts up to one month.
Ceramic art is a unique handicraft and therefore it might be possible that the item you have ordered is slightly different from the one on the displayed picture. For instance, the slight colour change may occur due to the specificity of natural glazing. Yet the object you are going to purchase is unique and no-one else would have exactly the same item!
We offer you a selection from different ceramics artists. You are also welcome to come forward with your special requests!