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“I like to prepare the clay, a raw clay that is not denatured.
My clays come from brickworks or small local potteries. They are grinded, keeping everything that’s in the clay originally. After firing the clay it will reveal all its imperfections.

Production is entirely based on useful and small decorative series.

The pieces are covered with a magnesian white glaze and fired in an electric oven at 1270°. My white glaze that according to the territory will reveal shades of gray, blue or green.”

Benoit Audureau

Benoit Audureau

“I like to prepare the clay, a raw clay that is not denatured. My clays come from brickworks or small local potteries. They are grinded, keeping everything that's in the clay originally. After firing the clay it will reveal all its imperfections. Production is entirely based on useful and small decorative series. The pieces are covered with a magnesian white glaze and fired in an electric oven at 1270°. My white glaze that according to the territory will reveal shades of gray, blue or green.”