Importers and suppliers of Spanish Ceramics to retail and trade

From the makers of fine individually hand-crafted ceramics throughout Spain. Uniquely styled to reflect that colourful rustic Spanish vibrancy and originality...

Supplying GARDENWARE, TABLEWARE, HOMEWARE and COOKWARE, the exciting new ranges we have available under our "San Hiscio Ceramics" banner are sourced primarily from vivid high-quality Spanish ceramics of the Andalusian region, where potters and artisans from across the ceramics sector have been plying their trade over four centuries, making both traditional and bespoke pieces.

All pieces are hand-painted by dedicated and highly skilled teams of artists at the various factories and are uniquely designed and individual, thus making them ideal products for garden centres, landscapers, stores and all related outlets.

We now offer a complete range of these highly marketable and fashionable handcrafted Spanish ceramics to buyers and outlets across the UK.

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