Your questions, my answers

Not yet… But that can change! Don’t hesitate to follow me on Instagram or subscribe to my Newsletter to be kept up to date.

I put all my pieces in the dishwasher, and I’ve never had a problem. That being said, handmade items can be more fragile than factory-produced ones, which is why it is often advised to hand-wash them.

I don’t know, but aside from the beard, ChatGPT is starting to look more and more like it.

I take care of each order within two weeks of it being made (enough time to get my hands really clean). After that, it depends on the post office and where you are.

You’re a straight talker! I like that. It’s true, my objects are unfortunately not accessible to everyone, and I regret it. Here are some answers. Behind the finished pieces, there are hundreds of hours of work. Work that I do alone. I order my clays, prepare them, make my glazes, design, shape and test the ergonomics of each object, fire them, take pictures of them to present them to you, pack them, send them, all while clowning around a little bit on social media because that’s the game, and start again the next day. In other words, all the cost-savings one can make by going to a large Swedish firm,  I have to reabsorb in all these different stages. By paying a little more for my objects, you buy know-how, love, an inestimable amount of gratitude, and you allow the artisan that I am to exist.

If you have a problem with your order, write to me at hello@jacquesmonneraud.com. I spent a lot of time making your object. I want it to arrive to you in one piece!

I do not teach classes yet, but that may change. Don’t hesitate to follow me on Instagram or subscribe to my Newsletter to be kept up to date.