One day I thought of making triangular dishes, I did not even know if by hand it was possible, I also imagined that they should have a smooth, satin surface, with a slight craquelé, to make the white interesting. I had also thought about a touch of color, maybe a light blue and natural, almost random effects. But I did not want it to be Raku. I was thinking rather of those ancient techniques of classical ceramics … so the idea slowly began to take shape. I made some custom molds, this took about three weeks. Then I looked for a cover for the pieces that was similar to the most ancient techniques of ceramic processing, in fact I did not want a real glaze. But I wanted it to be white. A beautiful soft white, warm and enveloping, silky to the touch. I found the formula that could be right. It was all to be verified. I ordered the stoneware directly from Germany, it took us three weeks to arrive. Finally I started to work. The wide and thin shapes were a challenge. After several attempts I managed to achieve a result that was close to what I had in mind. After about twenty days and several kilns to make the covers vitrified, I had samples. But it was not enough, I had to find a particular kiln, for the second fire, to bring out the effects I wanted on the pieces. So I contacted Giorgio Azzaretti, teacher and friend, expert in particular primitive fire, I explained my research and we agreed for a special kiln. In the end the result was extraordinary, unique and particular pieces.