The work is stoneware, a high fired clay known for strength and durability. Functional items predominate: bowls, plates, mugs, tumblers, lamps, planters, jars, vases, candle lanterns, votives, colanders, pitchers, wine coolers, honey pots, sauceboats, cheese shakers, crocks, jugs, decanters, flower pots, oil lamps, candleholders, mirror frames, soap dishes, spoon rests, pour bottles, salt shakers, hanging lamps, fountains, ornaments and clocks. Ceramic earrings, pins, and necklaces are also produced. Glazes range from earth tones to rich blues and greens. Decorations include painted patterns, leaf imprints, carving, and appliqués. Baskets are woven with reed and sea grass. Onion and garlic baskets are the specialty, with larger forms - egg and potato baskets - produced occasionally.