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This Asian art is originally coming from Japan and then spread to Thailand later on. The clay that we use to create our products is a type of Japanese clay that matches a special mix of ingredients with a long time know-how. Our main material is made in Japan in high quality standards. Then we bring our craftsmanship to turn a simple piece of clay into beautiful colorful and meaningful symbols represented by flowers. The clay fabrication know-how of our partners allows ensuring that our flowers will remain attractive and vibrant through the passing of years. Producing the Priss and Peach cold cast ceramic flowers requires extremely specialized craftsmanship and entails a lot of practice before being able to master the art.

 

Meticulous supervision and strict quality control is dedicated in various stages to make sure that all products meet the company's high standards and bring satisfaction to every customer.

 

ARTIST GUIDE

The production process of cold cast ceramic flowers consist of three main steps:
  • Step 1: Preparing the raw material
  • Step 2: Creating the flowers and the leaves
  • Step 3: Assembling and Finishing

 

 

Step 1: Preparing the Raw Material

 

 

 

First, the raw material (clay) is removed from the plastic seal.

Take a small amount of clay necessary for the needed job.

Mix oil color with the clay to blend the desired color.

The extra clay is placed back into the plastic seal for safe keeping.

The colored clay is pressed to thin layers so it can be easily cut into various small pieces.

The whole process is repeated in making the leaves and other colors.

Step 2: Creating Cold Cast Flowers and the Leaves

 

 

Cut a piece of metal wire in suitable length.

The small pieces of clay bits are formed individually as flowers or leaves.

Each piece is refined by hand before attaching to the metal wire.

Then the flowers are dried naturally in open air.

Step 3: Assembling and Finishing

 

 

After thorough checking for defects, the flowers and leaves are assembled as bunch.

Then the bunch is arranged well so that the flowers and leaves compliment each other and make a good presentation.

The final arrangement must look like the real flower.

Every finished composition has to undergo a final quality control to make sure that the product is in perfect condition and meets the company's high standard.