Laser Etching results in an embossed image ‘carved’ into the glaze of an earthenware beaker, exposing the white clay biscuit of the mug. This gives the product a tactile appeal as well as visual.
After the etching process, the ware is fired at a very high temperature to render the biscuit non-porous, preventing the absorption of contaminants through the exposed surface.
The minimum run for laser etching is 1500. Artwork should be supplied as a vector/line image as a single colour separation.
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