Alhambra

72.00

This collection is inspired by Nasrid ceramics which were used in the manufacture of utensils, bowls and objects for everyday tasks and also for use in the interior and exterior decoration of buildings as can be seen in the Alhambra in Granada.

The Nasrid dynasty was the last Muslim dynasty to rule the Kingdom of Granada from 1238 until 2 January 1492. Its fall marked the end of al-Andalus.

Nasrid-style ceramics were born as an artistic expression, as well as a commercial product in Malaga, after the foundation of the first Nasrid kingdom, also known as the Emirate of Granada, a period in which these territories were ruled by the Muslim people.

Quickly the Nasrid ceramics gained great importance among the kingdoms of Spain, since after the fall of the ceramic production in Murcia and Almería, as well as the impulse given by the first great ruler, taking advantage of his good relationship with Fernando III of Castile, these ceramics grew in popularity gaining ground in uses beyond simple vases.

Availability: In stock

Selling Options:

  • Set of a lot of 6 pieces.

Dimensions:

Dessert plate: 20,4 x 2,3 cm

Dishwasher, oven and microwave safe.

Dimensions22 × 2.1 cm
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