The sleek designs on Jeanette's porcelain wine bottle stoppers may look minimalist, but each one often requires several cycles of painting and firing before she arrives at the final result. Each step involves Jeanette painting the piece, then firing it in a 1422-degree kiln for about four hours at a time. As you might guess, this process ensures that each and every piece is completely one-of-a-kind (and completely awesome).