Traditional coloured or terracotta pottery

We add an energetic dose of colour to the traditional Majorcan version. We have brought a new dimension to the traditional rustic brown clay tableware, giving it different colours and thus altering its uniformity. Every detail counts in our home sweet home, which is why we seek pieces that, apart from being functional, are also decorative. We can adapt any piece to your liking: bowls, glasses, cups, salad bowls, tortilla turners, etc. The colours we use the most are turquoise, blue, pistachio green, deep green, red, orange, yellow, purple and grey.

We also have the traditional earthenware pots, bowls, casserole dishes, fruit bowls, oil jars, ladles, jars, jugs … all made in Mallorca and with measurements ranging from 10 to 70 cm. This clay brings warmth and authenticity to both the preparation of the food and its presentation. They allow for slow cooking and the right level of moisture humidity when using a variety of heat sources.


Our collections

Majorcan 'Llengües'
Majorcan ‘Llengües’
The Mallorcan ‘llengües’ collection is inspired by the traditional Mallorcan cloth of the same name, also called, ‘Tela de lenguas’ (literally, ‘cloth of tongues’). Its origins are believed to be oriental due to its similarity to the Asian ikat fabric…
Our stoneware crockery is a great all-rounder in terms of quality and durability. The stoneware is made with compounds of natural clay fired at a high temperature, and is coloured with glazes based on natural pigments…
Ideal for turquoise lovers. This collection has been our star product over recent years when it comes to putting together a dinner service. It recalls the crystal-clear waters of our island
Special pieces
Special pieces
This is where our innovative spirit can be best appreciated. Nowadays we not only have the casserole dishes of our beginnings, but also tableware and other kitchen, bathroom and home decor items…
Splashes, stripes, brushstrokes ...
Splashes, stripes, brushstrokes …
White ceramic allows for many decorations. Here we recreate brushstrokes, drawing lines, circles, waves, splashes… or simply bordering a piece with a colour …