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. We create it using two techniques: the blurring technique, resulting in a turquoise colour tending towards sky blue, and the brushstroke technique, giving a more greenish-blue result. Some associate it with the colour cyan or aqua.

Its name comes from the colour of the turquoise gemstone.

With this type of glaze some cracking is almost inevitable, but this is an often appreciated and even desired effect in many ceramic pieces. These fine cracks that originate in the surface of the enamel when removed from the oven or sometime later are known as ‘croquelado’. Their external appearance can be transparent or opaque. They are most visible when exposed to direct light or when wet. It is inevitable, but such cracks and fine lines hold great appeal for those who appreciate them.



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…
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 …