Shaping Pottery
Ceramics from “The Potter Village”

The village of La Rambla, near Cordoba, given special status by the regional government of Andalusia, is known as “The Potter Village”. Nearby museums hold examples of plates and glasses made there by locals hundreds of years ago. Continuing this tradition, Rafael and Ana opened Ceramica El Titi there in the 1980s and now produce a wide range of pottery and ceramic products. I’m very pleased to say that a selection of these are on display and for sale at Red Wharf Bay Vineyard. The ornate plates, bowls and other items have all been made in their own workshop and are all decorated entirely by hand, making them both original and unique. I’m confident that you will find them delightful.