Very cental in Amsterdam, just behind the Dam and the Krasnapolsky Hotel, you will find the studio and shop of J.C. HERMAN Pottery.
Through the glass doors in the back, the studio is visible.
Basic ingredient in the studio is the potter's wheel, where all the work is made ('thrown' as it is called). This is why all the work of J.C. HERMAN is round.
On the shelves behind the wheel, work is drying to be finished later.
Also there is clay, a working table, buckets with glaze et cetera.
Not in view is the kiln and shelves full of half-products.
This is unglazed ceramics that has been fired but not glazed; it is called 'biscuit'.
Furthermore there's a lot of chemical basic ingredients to mix glazes.