Pablo Tito’s Pottery is a living space, where the potter’s daily work is shown “in situ”.
Pablo Tito’s Pottery is a living space, where the potter’s daily work is shown “in situ”. The basement is the area of the dwelling destined for the pottery workshop, where all the phases of production of the ceramic piece take place, from the preparation of the clay until the piece comes out of the oven. Almost all the houses on Valencia Street are, in the 16th century, traditional potteries. The ground floor and barns were used for family life, while the basement is occupied by the workshop. From the basement there is access to the era, where the mud is trawled, and where the Hispano-Moorish oven is located.
In the store we will find a large and varied selection of pieces; from pots, cruets, jugs, cheeses, casseroles and lebrillos, to the most contemporary and designer pieces. All are made with the same techniques received from the Arabs.
Juan Pablo Martínez Sánchez “Pablo Tito”
Museo de Alfarería Paco Tito
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