Livin' Beauty Ceramics are each hand made by professionals.

The ceramics are fired using some basic principles of the technique generally known as Raku. Key to the art is to pull the ceramics at high temperature out of the kiln.

After the clay mixture is poured it gets the chance to dry naturally and harden. Then the biscuit is fired at around 1050 degrees Celsius.The glazes are then applied manually to the biscuit. After which the ceramics is fired for the second time around 1000 degrees Celsius.

In constant search of new designs and glaze techniques, it is our challenge to keep evolving this unprecedented methodology and technique. Characteristic of the Livin’ Beauty Ceramics is the timeless interpretation of design and the application of unique glace techniques. This includes the working with precious metals such as silver and copper and sophisticated crackle techniques.