Despite the advent of new materials, ceramic remains the basic element par excellence of tableware, especially in our country, where there is a strong tradition and pleasure in ‘ preparing the table with elegance and taste.

What is ceramic and how it is processed

It is an inorganic compound , has a high workability that, once cooked at high temperatures, assumes all conformations desired. Where the processing is done by hand, according to tradition, it is necessary to use plaster molds that allow the formal control of the object. Once out of the part from the mold, it is clean and finished by hand and, once dried , can be cooked in the oven. The glazing is done by immersing the parts in tanks containing liquid enamel. Firing the pieces must be very careful not to approach too greatly, would otherwise melt together with the consequent inability to detach once cooled. Finally, if required, you can decorate the product by hand with a brush.

There are many types of ceramic, but the most valuable in the field is certainly the porcelain, consisting of kaolin and feldspar , whose origin goes back to the East. Due to the high ductility of the material, the ceramic is used by artists and artisans to create products with a high level of creativity of plates, cups, dishes, utensils. Several are the products that we find in our homes and are implemented by local workers or specialized companies.

Ceramic table

Also in this field, to enhance the talents and focus on quality, it is necessary to investigate the origin of the products: Made in China often, thanks to a reduction in the price remarkable, due to the standardization of the design process, the road can be more sector at the expense of small local. To this end, in Italy, has created a brand of artistic and traditional ceramics, Ancient lands of ceramic production.

New ceramic in table

Among these realities and across many companies, Boas over thirty years creates artistic ceramics. a town in Veto which suffers from one side of the great tradition of Bassoon ceramics and on the other the spirit of Venice and cosmopolitan. The Boas products are made ​​entirely by hand and they are often enriched with the addition of precious materials and decorated with enamels produced in the laboratory in order to have a range of colors of their own. Boas is present in more than 50 countries through a policy of marketing modern that allows the company structure, small but modern, overseeing various niche markets with a wide range of products.