From the search and experimentation with different techniques, our interest in creating pieces with the inexhaustible technique of ceramics is born. A resource whose multiple forms of work allow innumerable finishes.

The Marine Collection was nurtured from this study, although previously we already gave small hints of what it could be like to work with it in various prototypes and small capsule collections.

Production process

WAVE earrings. Ecru clay "wafers" are modeled and the edges are outlined with a brush to make them finer. Once dry, they are subjected to a first firing, which is called "biscuit". This batch is made to be able to handle the piece with a certain hardness, leaving a certain porosity for later enamelling. The next step is to apply a layer of clear enamel to the entire piece with a high melting index so that when mixed with the blue line of cobalt blue enamel that is painted on top, it will create the effect of a wave.

MOSS earrings. Some ovals are modeled with high-temperature chamote red clay, adding the three small holes to later hang the shells. With a tool in the form of a "brush" the sandy texture is created. They are biscuited so that they can later be enamelled with transparent enamel which, when subjected to a high temperature together with this type of clay, shows this color so typical of moss.

SAND earrings. Re carries out the same production process as the Moss Earrings, except for the last enamel step, achieving that more rustic texture.