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We wanted to find mementos from our trip to Sevilla and when we walked into Ceramica Triana, we knew we were in the right place. Everything in this shop is beautiful and we had no problem picking out cups, plates, bowls a water jug and...More
This was a wonderful shop of all Spanish handcrafted ceramics. There were a vast amounts of high quality tourists goods to purchase as souvenirs of Sevilla. The items were small and easily package for their trip home. Whether it’s a large dish, bowl, small dish,...More
This is touted as 'the thing to do' and so we did. Loved our walk over the bridge, through the market and into the 'Ceramic street'.....the store is exactly like the pictures and the time it takes to look at, think about and make your...More
An Aladdins Cave of ceramics. Like so many others we decided to buy our house number to take home. The staff were helpful, polite and securely wrapped the tiles in bubble wrap. It would be so easy to spend alot of money here. They really...More
We wanted to pick up ceramics while in Seville. Cermanica Triana had a great selection of unique pieces to choose from. The staff carefully packed them for us to carry while traveling in Spain and then back to the US. Interesting to watch the woman...More
Date of experience: June 2018
1 Thank Tampatwosome
Pedro R, Propietario at Ceramica Triana, responded to this reviewResponded 28 June 2018
Muchas gracias por su amable comentario, nos complace saber que su visita fué una agradable experiencia.
Deseamos volverle a ver pronto por nuestra casa, que es la suya.
Thank you very much for your kind comment, we are pleased to know that your...More
There's lots of choice here; if you're looking for Spanish ceramics to take home then this is worth a look. Prices seem quite competitive although we did find some identical things in other shops a little cheaper but not significant so.
A wonderful shop tucked away with all sorts of traditional Seville ceramics. Vibrant colours and so much to see.More
Date of experience: December 2017
2 Thank Jedlynny
Pedro R, Propietario at Ceramica Triana, responded to this reviewResponded 8 March 2018
Thank you very much for your attention and the time you have spent giving your opinion about us,
I am very glad that your visit to our establishment has been a pleasant experience.
Muchas gracias por su atención y el tiempo que ha...More
The Ceramica Museum is an inexpensive and informative self guided tour just inside Triana. For just over 2 euros per person, the first floor has a number of displays, videos, and remnants of kilns and displays describing how the history of ceramics were made in...More
The usual collection of tourist ceramics, plus some stuff you could actually use. Very hard to transport this stuff back after a holiday, I presume they can arrange postage. There are plenty of small items you can fit in your bag if you have to...More
Date of experience: September 2017
1 Thank bamorehouse
Pedro R, Propietario at Ceramica Triana, responded to this reviewResponded 10 October 2017
Thank you very much for your comment.
We strive to pack all of our pieces so they can be transported by hand as safe as possible.
Confirm that we ship daily to any part of the world
Thank you very much and we...More
Response from 292derrickm | Reviewed this property |
Hi, sorry I don’t specifically know. I assume under EU Regulations it must be but the staff there speak good English and can advise. It is worth a trip there anyway, they have so much else in product on offer and it’s well... More
Hi, sorry I don’t specifically know. I assume under EU Regulations it must be but the staff there speak good English and can advise. It is worth a trip there anyway, they have so much else in product on offer and it’s well worth a look. It’s quite easy to find and not far over the river from the centre. There are other Ceramic Shops nearby as well. Hope that’s helpful, good luck.
The museum address is Calle Callao n 14, 41010 Seville, Spain.
From your question, however, I think you want \ the address and ordering information for the Ceramica Santa Ana shop located right next door.