Item Care

Every piece is carefully made by hand and may slightly vary in colour and size from the images and description

All glazes are chosen to be food and drink safe

I recommend that you wash your ceramics by hand, for best care hand wash with warm water and a bit of washing up liquid, however, placing cups or mugs in the dishwasher on a quick cycle will not be a problem

Un-glazed pieces and matte white glazes can be scratched easily, so it's recommended to hand wash with a sponge or cloth. Also, marks may appear if using cutlery on the matte white glaze

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Un-glazed areas on white earthenware clay, or the matte white glaze used in the Wanaka collection can sometimes be susceptible to light stains

Any stubborn stains can sometimes be removed using baking soda and water or you could try a ceramic cleaner

Sometimes hairline cracks or a crackle effect (called crazing) may appear in glazes, this is completely normal and will not affect the lifetime of the item. This happens when the ceramics have been in an environment where the temperature fluctuates

To help prevent crazing, it is advisable to warm items like the teapot with warm (not boiling hot) water before each use

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