Many techniques have been used for the production of figurines, plates, vases, bowls and more. Before figurines, dishes, vases and similar items are ready to be used they are put through a long and demanding production proces using different techniques depending on how the final item is intended to appear.
Most figurines are produced in porcelain or fine china with either under or over glazing decorations. Some figurines are also available in stoneware.
Dishes, bowls and vases are produced in porcelain or fine china, faience and stoneware. Below you can learn more about the different materials and production techniques as were used by Royal Copenhagen, Bing & Grondahl, Aluminia, Bjorn Wiinblad, Nymolle and other manufacturers.
The majority of collectibles at DPH Trading are made in clay. The clay is then processed to strengthen and harden the object in question.
Over the years several different ways of processing the clay has been developed. Using the various techniques and methods of production the clay can develop different characteristics, expressions and details.
Read about the vaious materials and what characterizes the different production techniques:
You can also learn more about the different decoration methods and popular series: