Our limited-edition Moonflowers x fefostudio collection is created to elevate your tablescape. fefostudio ceramics are made from porcelain, earthenware, and clay objects, it is the art of moldable materials that are transformed into utilitarian or decorative objects. Entertain with Moonflowers x fefostudio ceramics.
Large Pod Bowl
Moonflowers x fefostudios collection
Types of ceramics
There are four basic types of pottery: porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, and Bone China. Earthenware is made from commonly found rough clays, while porcelain and bone chine arte made from smoother, fine-particle, harder to work clays. The main difference between these ceramic products begins with the clay’s consistency and its porosity and ends with its final processing in the klin.
Large Pod Bowl
fefostudio x Moonflowers collection
Ceramics are made from porcelain, earthenware, and clay objects, it is the art of moldable materials that are transformed into utilitarian or decorative objects. For our fefostudio x Moonflowers collection we wanted to create serveware that will elevate your tablescape. The cake stand ceramic is versatile in its use. It is the ideal ceramic serveware to serve a cake, but you may serve anything else from pastries, fruits to chocolates. Entertain with our limited edition Moonflowers x fefostudio ceramics.
fefostudio x Moonflowers collection
Ceramics are made from porcelain, earthenware, and clay objects, it is the art of moldable materials that are transformed into utilitarian or decorative objects. For our fefostudio x Moonflowers collection we wanted to create serveware that will elevate your tablescape. The round platter ceramic is versatile in its use. You may serve anything from a rice dish to a cheese platter. Entertain with our limited edition Moonflowers x fefostudio ceramics.
Clay is one of the widely available raw materials for creating ceramic objects. Ceramics can be unfinished, carved, painted, or glazed. Different clays, additives, and glazes are combined to produce many variations in color, finish, and strength in ceramics.
What is ceramics?
Ceramic objects are made by combining naturally occurring raw materials, such as clay, earthen minerals, and water, and shaping them into forms using handbuilding, wheel-throwing, or mold casting techniques.
Properties of ceramics
The most important general property of ceramics is that they’re refractory: they're-rough and tumble materials that will put up with fair amounts of abuse in the most ordinary and extraordinary situations. Most of us tile our kitchens because ceramic tiles are hard, waterproof, largely resistant to scratches, and keep on lookin good year upon year. Due to ceramic materials' wide range of properties, they are used for a multitude of applications. In general, most ceramics are: hard, wear-resistant, brittle, refractory, thermal insulators, electrical insulators, nonmagnetic, oxidation resistant, prone to thermal shock, and chemically stable. Ceramic material is used for hundreds of years because it is found healthy and safe for food consumption. It has been found that materials that produce ceramic are regarded as non-toxic.
- High hardness
- High elastic modulus
- Low ductility
- High dimensional stability
- Good wear resistance
- high resistance to corrosion and chemical attack
- High weather resistance
- High melting point
- High working temperature
- Low thermal expansion
- Low to medium thermal conductivity
- Good electrical insulation
- Low to medium tensile strength
- High compressive strength
- Medium machinability
- Poor impact strength
- Low thermal shock resistance
The oldest ceramics that have been found date back to at least 25,000 BC. The first examples of functional ceramics vessels are believed to be from about 9,000 BC and were likely used to store food, grains, and water. Around 600 CE, Chinese potters introduced high-temperature kilns and developed porcelain from kaolin clay, which is also known as China clay. This opened up possibilities for less porous and much stronger ceramic vessels.Since then, the ceramic industry has gone through a prodund transformation. Not only have traditional ceramics and glass become ubiquitous, but over the years new products have been developed to take advantage of the unique properties of these materials, such as their low thermal and electrical conductivity, high chemical resistance, and high melting point. Around 1850 the first porcelain electrical insulators were introduced, starting the era of technical ceramics.
Ceramics have been made for centuries both for utilitarian needs and as expressive art forms. Tiles made from ceramics have been used as floor, wall, and roofing materials. Today ceramics are also used to make bricks, drain lines, and chimney flues.
As you can see, ceramics have a lot of things that make it special. Don't wait any longer to have the best quality ceramic pieces with Moonflowers, whether it’s a round platter, a large pod bowl or a cake stand. It will be the perfect setting for your dishes, take the opportunity to get yours here.