The sequence of photos below shows some of the many steps we use to make our ceramics. We make each bisque by hand and paint each piece free-hand. We have also uploaded longer video clips on You Tube and our Facebook page. Just search "Le Souk Ceramique" in the search bar on either website and you will find us.
The raw clay being delivered to our studio (above photo).
Mokhtar on the potter's wheel making our Utensil Holder bisque (above).
Mokhtar making the Large Mug bisque (above).
Nabil making the Soup/Cereal Bowl, Mohammed behind him working on the Round Sauce Dish (above).
Our bisque section with various shapes drying (above).
A load of raw clay pieces ready to go into the kiln to be fired into the bisques (above).
Noureddine glazing the Large Oval Platter for our Tabarka design (above).
Noureddine glazing a stack of Salad/Pasta Bowls for our Tabarka design (above).
Abdeljouad starting to paint our Mini Tagine in our Citronique design (above).
Abdeljouad painting the base artwork for our Tabarka design on the Large Oval Platter.
Geddour painting the leaves on our Large Serve Bowl, Citronique design (above).
Daoued painting the Mini Tagine, Citronique design (above).
Zahia painting the lemons on Citronique (above).
Marwa painting the Large Serve Bowl, Citronique and Safa painting the Teapot, also Citronique (above).
Maryem painting in the cobale blue glaze on the Citronique Large Pitcher (above).
This is the Citronique Large Mug before being fired. The violet-colored glaze will end up being our deep, rich cobalt blue after being fired (above).
Charifa painting Azoura on the Square Salad/Pasta Bowl (above).
Azoura Square Plates drying before being fired. The violet-colored glaze will end up being cobalt blue (above).
The finished cobalt blue Citronique after firing (above).