Unique handmade ceramic shell-shaped plate for tapas, snacks,... - ARTISANN

    Unique handmade ceramic shell-shaped plate for tapas, snacks, bowl for coffee

    ARTISANN i-Design Unique handmade ceramic shell-shaped plate for tapas, snacks, bowl for coffee


    Product description
    This handmade “Coquillage” plate from the “Chef's ARTISANN i-line”
    is ideal for presenting tapas, snacks, small snacks and snacks, biscuits, mignardises. Also nice as a saucer for your coffee cup or tea mug.

    It has a medium-sized presentation surface and is easy to handle and stack.

    This unique adds value to your dish in a beautiful presentation for your restaurant service.

    This shell-shaped plate is available in natural or black chamotte clay with high-quality floating blue glaze.

    On order we can make this sign in other available colors and is also available for large quantities at short notice.

    Making Process:

    • Made on a mold with a beige chamotte clay
    • Let it dry for one week to make sure the plate is dry enough
    • A biscuit tray in a 950 ° oven which takes at least one and a half day
    • Glaze is applied with the brush
    • Baked in a 1250 ° glaze oven and takes two days.

    The high bucket is possible because the clay is stoneware clay and can withstand this high temperature. I also specially designed the glaze recipe for a container of 1250 ° and is of a high quality. This baking and making process determines that the “Coquillage” collection has a high quality, which means that pieces of jumping, cracking, ... are virtually nil.

    Easy to maintain, dishwasher safe and resistant to high temperatures.

    This is Belgian with a quality guarantee and carries the HIB label “Handmade in Belgium”







    15 cm

    14 cm

    1 cm


    24 cm

    22 cm

    3 cm


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