Ceramic Coffee set, Rustic Wedding Gift, Pottery Tea Set, Ceramics and Pottery, Teapot, Sugar Bowl and Cups, Danko Pottery, Unique Pottery

Ceramic Coffee set, Rustic Wedding Gift, Pottery Tea Set, Ceramics and Pottery, Teapot, Sugar Bowl and Cups, Danko Pottery, Unique Pottery

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  • Handmade
  • Materials: Ceramic

Red Ceramic Set With Hand Painted Decoration

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Measuring:
- For the teapot:
Capacity - 1000 ml/34 oz
Approximate measuring 5.4in/14cm high (to the upper end of the lid) by 6.9in/18cm wide.

-For the sugar bowl:
5.1in/13cm wide (without the handles) by 3.5in/9cm high.

- For the large cups:
Capacity - 200ml/6.7oz.
3.9in/10cm wide (without the handle) by 4.7in/12cm high.

- For the small cups:
Capacity - 100ml/3.1oz.
3.5in/9cm wide (without the handle) by in2.7/7cm high.

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!!! IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!! This teapot cannot be used over direct heat from a stovetop range.
Very few ceramic items are safe for stovetop heating. When heated, ceramic ware starts to expand (although not visible with naked eye). When we heat them from the bottom, they will expand unevenly, because their upper part, which will be relatively cold, will not expand that much. This will cause the crystal structure of the ware to rupture and the pot to break.
Ceramic items are heat resistent only if we heat them slowly and evenly, for example a casserole in an oven.
This teapot can be used for steaming tea by putting the tea leaves or teabags inside and adding hot water, or just by pouring our previously prepared tea in it in order to serve it to our guests or family. It can also be a beautiful decorative item for our kitchen and living room or even for our garden.

The Balkan Peninsula is a place of civilizational collision of several cultures. Thracians, Greeks, Slavs, Turks and Proto-Bulgarians influence what we call Bulgarian culture. People in these lands still preserve traditions and customs of ancient times. They sing songs, dance and weave motifs without even knowing where it all comes from. Even subconsciously we carry the old traditions of times past.

This cultural input can be seen in the products of DankoHandmade. The bright colors of the Bulgarian national costumes, the traditional shapes and ornaments, the functionality.
For the past 20 years, our workshop has been trying to continue this tradition by interpreting it in a modern way.

The Process:
(Explore our shop for other stages of ceramics making)

BISQUE FIRING
After a clay piece has dried to greenware it is loaded into the kiln for the first of two firings. It is to approximately 1800 degrees F (980 degrees C). This hardens the ware making it easier to handle without breaking during the glazing process. Clay fired at this temperature still retains its porosity. The porosity of a material refers to its ability to absorb liquids. The water in the glaze is absorbed by the porous bisque ware, and the glassy materials in the glaze are left deposited on the surface. So, the bisque process is simply done to make glazing easier. The bisque firing starts when the kiln is loaded with the dry greenware and is programmed to slowly warm. Firing too fast during this early stage can easily cause the work to explode! Next, the kiln is gradually turned higher and the temperature rises until the target temperature is reached. The kiln is then turned off and allowed to slowly cool. In the end, the kiln is opened, and the bisque ware is removed, ready for glazing.

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Daniel Nikolov

Daniel Nikolov

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Lori McDonald Apr 15, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

A dream come true!

Elizabeth Steele Oct 16, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Your work is beautiful. Enjoying a cup of tea as we speak!

Maria May 9, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Amazing, I really recommend this store! I bought this as a gift for one of my friends and she really loves it. Everything was well packed and arrived earlier than the intial date. Thank you so much!

Donnacha Clifford Nov 21, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

Love this set. love the colours and the pieces are quite sturdy. They arrived in perfect condition. Thanks.