The porcelain is cast, very thinly, into a handmade mould and coloured with slib (a coloured clay slip coating).
Next, it is placed in the kiln for the first firing. Sometimes a glaze is applied and the piece of porcelain is high fired for a second time, resulting in new colour effects on its glassy surface.
Occasionally, transfers or gold lusters are used.
One last firing finishes the process.
The final product is a very light, handmade piece of porcelain jewelry with a silver clasp and setting.
Sometimes the porcelain is decorated with freshwater pearls or gems.