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“Spanish Ceramics Heaven”

Exposition Artesania de Espana
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Reproductions of 18th century Spanish jewellery, in sterling silver and 18 k. Gold, handmade pewter from Segovia, authentic army swords in steel from Toledo, Mallorcan pearls, real Spanish fans, religious figures, nativities sets, 24 k. Damasquinado from Toledo, silver filigree from Cordoba, rosaries, ceramic, olive wood and many other things. "FREE ENTRY". *International Shipping Service.*
Farmington, New Mexico
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“Spanish Ceramics Heaven”
Reviewed December 20, 2013

My wife were hiking through Mijas in November and I was trying to keep her out of the tourist junk shops. When I walked by Exposicion Artesania de Espana I got sucked in like it was a black hole. The tiles, and pottery are so beautiful. I ended up buying 3 beautiful Tito bowls. Just received them in the mail yesterday. Perfectly packed and received in less than 1 month. Highly recommended. Muchas Gracias, Luis !

Visited November 2013
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ArtesaniaMijas, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Exposition Artesania de Espana, responded to this review, October 3, 2014
Thank you very much for your opinion and everything has been correct.
We hope to see you again for Mijas.
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