1st step, casting and molding
The slip, a liquid dough made of earth and water, is put into a mold. The exceed is dumped into a vat for the next products.
2nd step, shaping
When the product has been molded, it is cooked in order to give it an almost definite shape. Indeed, somebody still has to shape the product manually in order to remove all defects. This means that the final product will be smooth and perfect.
3rd step, decoration
For decorated products, either we paint the decor trim on the product (e.g. Boerenbont), or we put transfers on the product (e.g. Alhambra), or we spray blue color on a predefined decor trim (e.g. Copenhague). Finally, we put the company’s logo under the product so that it is under enamel. Royal Boch is still one of the rare companies in the world to use this production technique.
4th step, enameling
Once the product is decorated, a worker sprays enamel on the product in order to give its brightness and splendor. The product is entirely enameled, even under it, Royal Boch is still one of the rare companies in the world to use this production technique.
5th step, cooking and quality control
Finally, the product is put in an oven, it goes through different temperatures to come out with its final aspect. Then workers control quality based on strict criterias in order to always deliver at our clients standards.