The snoutcups are made in a 3-pieces mould. Liquid clay is cast in the moulds and stays there for a few minutes. In these minutes the moulds sucks the water out of the clay. When the rest of the clay is cast back, a layer of clay stays in the mould, this is the very beginning of the cup. The rim of the cup is cut and the cup is demolded, finished and stays to dry before the first firing. After firing the cups, every cup is sanded seperately before we give them a layer of glaze. Then the cups are ready for the final firing, packaging and sending them to the shops.