To shape our pieces we use different clays and mixtures of clays; for firing we use both low-fire and high temperatures.We work a few pieces by hand, others are thrown on the wheel, other times we use the molds. We cover our pieces with trasparent glaze, colored opaque glaze, slips and "terra sigillata". When we use natural clays, the final color of the object depends on the type and color of clay used. During the porcelain firing the ceramic body is brought to the threshold of melting temperature, so as to get those special characteristics of porcelain, namely a compact, glassy, translucent and waterproof body. Porcelain and stoneware, during firing, can undergo modifications in their original form. Distortion and bending can be provided, exploited and used as real tools to model and determine the final shape. We perform the first porcelain firing at 850 C. Subsequently pieces are covered with glazes that we prepare. Decoration of porcelain can be made with underglaze oxides. In this case, the coating applied on the decoration, depending on its degree of fusibility, sometimes drains during the second firing at 1220 C, dragging with it the colorant oxides. This way colour effects and more or less obvious drippings are created, which make each piece different from the others. With the high temperatures we obtaine objects that can be used to contain foods without toxicity or permeability issues.