Ceramics are made by combining earthenware ingredients, such as clay and powders, with water and molding them into desired forms. Often covered in a waterproof glaze, ceramic pottery is constructed in differing ways. Most often thrown on a potter’s wheel, it can also be hand molded into varied shapes and then fired in a kiln, first to harden the clay into pottery, then to set the glaze and bring out its vibrant colors. Glazes, only after firing, become the spectacular hues seen on each finished product.
Artisans train for years to learn the techniques that successfully bring beautiful ceramic pieces into being. With its distinguished and long history, ceramic has enjoyed a development that has shaped it into the expertly crafted material used today. The techniques employed in its use are direct descendants of those invented thousands of years ago, and its evolution has given us the beauty and expert workmanship we see now. Ceramic urns for ashes and cremation pottery are particularly suited to house cremation ashes and are durable and beautiful memorials to a loved one. Often quite unique in their design, the choices available, both in aesthetic and price, are varied and suitable for any taste and budget.
- The porcelain is exquisite in quality and smooth in lines.
- Non-woven fabric seal, waterproof, moisture-proof and moth-proof.
- Aittight, and the strings on it can be hang up.
- Combined with flower and butterfly design, may your pet rest in peace.
- Size: the red one–11*13.5cm; the white one–11*14.5cm