Visit our shop and shop and open to the public, and if not find what you want we teach a wide range of all our collections where you can choose the tile you like and we will send anywhere in the world.
Series limited and very special, cooked to firewood. Back to basics. Soon in store and online store shop.
Last 17th of April 2015, the Ceremony of the Ceramics National Awards took place in the Palacio de la Merced in Cordoba, organized by the Spanish Society of Cities of the Ceramics. This year, the 2014 Ceramics National Award in the Traditional Ceramics Category has been given to Arturo Mora, due to his long career…Read more
Some months ago we had the honour to show our workshop to the New York blogger Jacquelin Carnegie, who recommends us in her post about her visit to Valencia and Manises. http://bit.ly/1DflIFO
Iridescent reflections and special colours.
We have incorporated to our catalogue a new collection designed by Arturo Mora, with cobalt blue glazes, painted by hand with gold and silver luster and made on the potter’s wheel.
Restoration of gold tiles on the dome of a skylight beside the baroque door of the cathedral of Valencia.
Exhibition at Centro de Artesanía of the Valencian Community with a wide representation of the Valencian craft. In the collection, Arturo Mora’s duplicates of some medieval pieces can be found.
The exhibition makes us able to understand how many places the Valencian craft has reached.
One of the three last luster pieces found in an antique shop and added to my personal collection that belong to my great-great-grandfather Fernando Mora Osca and his brother Vicente Mora Osca.
The topic of the plate is a trophy of the ball game, or “trinquet”, between Valencian and Basque people in 1893.
VISIT OUR WORKSHOP AND FEEL LIKE A POTTER FOR A DAY. Enjoy a unique experience with ceramics in the last luster workshop. WORKSHOP SCHEDULE (3 hours duration) 1. Visit to the workshop and the ceramics exhibition. Brief explanation of the luster technique (history, uses…) 2. Demonstration (by the teacher)…Read more
In our workshop, we make duplicates of historical pieces which were made in the workshops of Manises from the 14th to the 18th centuries and whose originals are nowadays in the main museums of the world: the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg, etc., besides our own creations.…Read more
In progress the fifth vase we are making in our workshop.
It is a large collection designed by Arturo Mora, inspired by the classic luster ceramics.
You can already watch the video of the luster process taking place in our workshop.
They are duplicates and copies from Manises in the 15th century, which we will increase in the following months.
Blue, silver, purple, orange, red, copper… colours reflections, all of them in the same piece will be the new collection in 2014.
Figure made together with the sculptor from Manises, Francisco Más, duplicate of a piece from L’Alcora of the 18th century. You can see its original in the Museum of Manises.
The 2nd of May 2013, in the Exhibition Room “Alfons Blat” of the ’ Art and Superior Ceramics School of Manises was opened the Arturo Mora’s exhibition called “The reflection of my work”, Luster ceramics, with a very good reception. You can enjoy the exhibition until the 16th of May.…Read more
Restoration in luster of a dome. (Dome restorations are one of our specialties).
Original Nazari tile found in Jaen. Similar to the Fortuny tile, it differs from this one in the manganese outlines, the cobalt oxide and the absence of heads in the extremes of the canes. However, the emblems, the long-legged birds and the pinks are identical. 15th century. Nazari tile in luster and cobalt blue already finished…Read more
So much work has been worthy: an image is worth than a thousand words. Copy of the famous Nazari tile. Size: 90x46 centimetres.
This 60-centimetre plate decorated with Arabic calligraphy and Valencian bryony decoration has been created exclusively as a gift for a Jordanian authority.
You can now enjoy your celebrations showing off the new luster medieval silverware from Manises of Arturo Mora.
Customize your silverware with luster and cobalt blue plates, decorated with medieval motifs.
You can already contemplate how the restauration of the gothic cresting in ceramics that Arturo Mora has made in Saint Nicholas’ church in Valencia is going. Arturo Mora is working on the restauration of Saint Nicholas’ church in Valencia, in which the architectural elements such as the cresting shown in the picture are being restored…Read more
Our catalogue is extended by introducing the first pieces made in luster whose origin dates back to the ancient Persia. Discovered by the Arabs, the luster technique applied to ceramics appeared and developed in the Abbasid Iran during the 9th century, and afterwards it moved to Al-Andalus, where there are reliable proofs of…Read more
The Swiss museum, Gewebermuseum Winterthur, will host from the 26th of February to the 6th of May of 2012 the exhibition titled “1001 bowls”, where bowls of different potters from around the world are shown and where Arturo Mora will exhibit ten luster bowls.