The work here is made through a variety of construction techniques including press moulding, extruding, slabbing and sprigging. Stamping and impressing of textures or motifs is used to decorate in some cases .Component parts are then assembled with slip to make the final piece. Coloured slips are sometimes used at this stage.
The work is bisque fired and then glazed using both self made and commercial glazes as well as oxides that are usually rubbed or washed into details. Glaze firing is done in an electric kiln to a temperature of between 1050 and1060 degrees celsius