While the tradition of ceramics production in Deruta dates back to the 13th century, participation of the Grazia family began in the 16th century, which still represents five centuries of history and important international collaborations along the way. From the clay to the finished object, every phase is completely hand made. Knowledge and technique have passed from father to son. The refined and delicate decorations range from classic to modern themes, ensuring that these creations are treated as works of arts. In addition to the workshop, the facilities also house an interesting museum where Grazia creations are conserved together with antique ceramics of Deruta.
Monday to Friday, 9.30 am to 1.00 pm and 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm
Via Tiberina, 181, Deruta, PG, Italia - +39 075 9710201 - http://www.ubaldograzia.com
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