Clay is a weathering product of rocks.
A malleable mass, which is transformed, by high temperatures, again into a stone-like solid state. Depending on the composition and mining area, there are very different types of clay. Each clay thus has its own character; unique in color and texture, sometimes with a fine or, through the addition of fireclay, with a coarse structure. The excitement lies in the relevant combination of material, object, its use, shaping and surface structure.
It is also fascinating what machine-like precision man is capable of working with their hand, but the difference to industrial production is still made by the craftsman themselves. With the hand you can always influence the production process and change it to a greater or lesser extent. Imperfection and perfection, as well as the small details, give the objects a unique character. If you want to reproduce exactly the same objects in the same wall thickness, you can also choose the cheaper industrial production. Industrial production or craftsmanship alone do not represent quality, the useful application of one or the other technique is crucial.