Ceramic, whether it is part of a disc brake, decorated, for prestige cars, or bowls and china; its origins are from Japan, eleven thousand years ago, B.C. The types of ceramic can be grouped into the following materials: earthenware, stoneware, porcelain and clay
Since prehistoric times, ceramic was worked by hand, shaping and decorating what resulted in the making. In the current context, ceramic is worked with many techniques, from the traditional modelling “free-hand” to the “electrostatic enamelling”.
Undergoing these two types of production, there are numerous artistic interpretations in the working of a material that excites those who make it and attracts those who look for it.