Design the ceramic ware to be thin, and evenly fire it to meet the challenges of color and texture. The classical technique of using different colors. Using different colors on the inside and outside of the ware. We strove to create a texture like a thin sheet of ice on top of the color. If glazes with a different texture are used on the inside and outside, small cracks will form due to the differences in the shrinkage rate, and may cause the ware to break. This cannot be allowed in ceramic ware intended for daily use. The Frost series are fired using glaze with the same shrinkage rate on the both sides of the ware, and then sandblasting is used to add texture afterwards. This ceramic ware is fired at a high temperature of 1332℃, and has a gentle texture and color. Potpurri is happy to add to Frost, which in Swedish refers to the thin and powdery layer of ice, to our series of products.