The process begins with high-fire porcelain being thrown and trimmed on the potter’s wheel. Next, pieces are bisque fired to 1910 degrees. I have honed my own glazes which are dipped or sprayed onto each item. Finally, each piece is returned to the kiln for a 10 hour, natural gas, reduction firing, to 2315 degrees. My glazes have been tested by Brandywine Laboratories and all surfaces in contact with food have food-safe glazes.