This shop seems like a ceramics museum. The shop front is remarkable with its ceramic tiles of allegories on 'Prudencia y el Trabajo' (Prudence and Work), painted by Manuel Arrellano at the end of the 19th century. His paintings contrast with its two green doors and gives another touch of colour to the exterior of the 'Cerámica Santa Ana' shop. This hidden little gem is located on the street of 'calle San Jorge' in the 'Triana' district. This famous ceramics house was established during 1939 in what used to be the factory that belonged to Manuel Montero Asquith. Here, you can find crafts, lighting, artistic ceramics and tiles. If the shop happens to be closed (as it has undergone several refurbishments), don't worry because there are several shops, selling tiles that are also worth discovering.
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