Colour intensity of our glazes
Many visitors and customers ask me why the colour intensities on our pieces differ. In this blog I want to explain how the intensity can be influenced during glazing and...Read More
Clay recycling This week at Zermatt Keramik, we reprocessed the leftover clay from past productions. It is a laborious process, but definitely worth it. A total of 80kg of clay...Read More
The natural product clay
The natural product clay Most people know how sensual clay feels on the hands and have certainly had contact with it. After all, everyone has made pottery at some point...
Handmade pottery production process
Handmade pottery production process Many people ask me how long it takes me to make a ceramic piece. The production process, i.e. the sequence of steps, is the same for...Read More
Zermatt Keramik holidays update!
Night becomes day At this time of year, the days are getting shorter and the nights are unfolding their charm in all their glory. Finally, the après-ski season is upon...
Handmade pieces for gastronomy
Zermatt Keramik produces both individual pieces for private use and series products for the hospitality industry. During the design phase, it is therefore important to work directly with the customer...Read More