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Ceramika Maltija

30 St Anthony Street, Attard, Island of Malta ATD 1282, Malta
+356 2141 7973
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Bespoke pottery

We have visited malta many times and the pottery is a must see attraction, as is a tour of the... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2013
olioli8
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Brighton, United Kingdom
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Ceramika Maltija is a Maltese heritage pottery established in 1952 in the grounds of the stately home Villa Bologna. It produces white earthenware ceramics mostly slip cast and hand painted in vibrant underglaze colours. Visitors can wander through our shop which has a vast selection of items including functional ware, all made on site, and walk through into the pottery itself where a regeneration project is currently in motion.
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13 May 2013
“Bespoke pottery”
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30 St Anthony Street, Attard, Island of Malta ATD 1282, Malta
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+356 2141 7973
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Reviewed 13 May 2013 via mobile

We have visited malta many times and the pottery is a must see attraction, as is a tour of the beautiful gardens of villa bologna whose grounds the pottery is located on. They also do regular kids pottery classes. We had a lovely handmade piggy...More

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