Rustica Gift and Pottery site features the work of two old world studios (Talavera la Corona & Mayolica Santa Rosa) who make this lovely pottery earthenware. Today I'm featuring the line called "Azul Y Blanco Talavera Pottery."
Here we have highlighted the blue and white for those who collect Blue and White items for their kitchen. The rich color and hearty pottery would look great in a cabinet for display, yet is fully functional to use for dinner time!
It's safe to use for dinner and is dishwasher safe. Great for entertaining those special guests. We love it since it's vintage techniques used and implemented in the making of the pieces...
According to the website, selling the wares, the pottery dates back to the 12th century Moors via the monks of La Reyna de la Talavera, Spain thereby taking it's name. The work today is Mexican Talavera, rich in old world techniques and the pottery is hand crafted which means no two exactly alike.
What's not to love? Did we mention that Rustica Gift and Pottery, who supports IPODERAC. The purchase of wares help give back because a portion of proceeds from the sales are donated to the children's fund . Nothing like giving back to the community!
Find out more at RusticaGift.com