Made with local Cretan earth and “lepida” (a special potter’s earth), with natural pigments from the mountains, polished with pebbles and decorated with a sheep’s wool brush, ceramics inspired by both ancient and modern Cretan pottery at “Keramion” by Giorgis Dalamvelas and Mariniki Mania in Margarites.

Our ceramics are fired in a wood-burning kiln, and are made to be used as pottery has always been used – to be filled with water, to serve wine, to store olives, fruit, and honey, household items, or flowers. Or simply to make our living spaces more beautiful with the purity of their material and their simplicity of form.

There is also the possibility for those who wish to participate in an experiential workshop that includes a small introduction to local pottery and the construction of a vase using only our hands or on the potters wheel.

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