Arturo Mora researches and recovers decorations of original pieces of the 16th century after subjecting them to reduction firings again. In these photographs we can see a fragment of “escudella” of the 16th century found in the sadly vanished Obradors neighborhood in Manises. After a very detailed research, the fragment is subjected to a new reduction firing, being able to notice again…Read more
Duplicate of a luster honeypot of the 18th century. Optional box.
The duplicate is a vase from the Alhambra of 1.40 metres in height. It is the largest piece made in Arturo Mora’s workshop.
New collection: it is a set of pieces recreated in the 16th and 17th centuries decorations, little known but very beautiful and made by using a difficult technique, because in these styles, double line brushes appear.
You can see it entering “Loza Dorada”.
For some months it has been possible to find a collection of luster pieces made by Arturo Mora in the Leighton House Museum in London. The famous Leighton House Museum in London has reopened its doors after a restoration period, offering us Lord Leighton’s paintings, drawings and ceramics. And now, in addition, it is going to be possible to enjoy a set of luster pieces (plates, bowls, etc)…Read more
New collection of religious lusterware ceramics.
During the summer months we have been able to enjoy the silver and copper luster on cobalt blue background (among others) that Arturo Mora has made again exclusively for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, that are inspired in a series of pieces of the British William de Morgan (19th…Read more
We are recovering one of our collections awarded for being the best neo-craft ceramics in CEVIDER ’98. It is the MEDITERRANEAN collection, which consists of sweet boxes, plates, centerpieces, etc.
Collection in cobalt blue, luster, green and ochre. Original Arturo Mora’s design and totally handmade.
Shortly in our online catalogue.
New collection inspired by the tiles of the Kairouan mosque in Tunisia. 13th century. After years of research, we have finally been able to obtain the difficult and mysterious turquoise blue reflects. Depending on the angle of incidence of the light on the piece, we can see how it turns from gold into turquoise blue… Seeing is …Read more