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Porcelain tray `big one piece: 36cm x 25cm´
Detail of placing the food.
Corner, bumps and raw edge detail.
Stackable combination : Set of 4 trays: one small, one medium size and two big
Stackable combination : Set of 4 trays: one small, one medium size and two big
Stackable combination : Set of 4 trays: one small, one medium size and two big
Big and medium sizes.
Porcelain tray on table ready to serve.
Trays for food and the smallest for sauce
Producing process: making de mould, mould and model, model and pouring trial

Rectangular trays and made of porcelain. It has been produced by pouring porcelain onto a plaster mold. Like little porcelain dunes, the trays are designed as a panel of individual and small containers for aperitifs, snacks, `tapas´ and any kind of finger food.

The 3d mesh of blended potholes was created by copying with plaster an old plastic model of a fruit bowl. Once the plaster mold was done, the pouring of porcelain process was ready to be executed onto it. Some trials were necessary to found the optimal strength of the porcelain mesh. The key of the success for create this pieces, was find the exact time of sedimentation between porcelain in the plaster mold. These trials were really necessary in order to get a final thickness of 7millimeters enough to resist the air contraction and firing process in the oven.

The final result was 3 different trays of: |25cm.x14cm| |30cm.x20cm.| |36cm.x25cm.|