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Posted on June 28, 2013 by Becca | 0 comments


Just back from a flying visit to Priego de Cordoba, my favourite bolthole in Northern Andalucia. This time I got a chance to visit some local museums, several of which, like the wonderful Museo Adolfo Lozano Sidro, feature rooms just as they were 100 or so years ago. 

And how beautiful! I took lots of photos of the floors - fabulous original tiles perfectly buffed up over the decades. There were many traditional pots and bowls, too - several of which you can still find today. 

If you like the look of these photos, don't forget you can get these products here at Alhambra, too - we have all kinds of reclaimed tiles, and can reproduce any design. We also have beautiful terracotta pots, pestle and mortars and glassware from the region - just like the picture below, in fact! Note, too, the lovely plaster shelves the crockery is sitting on - I often wonder whether they would catch on in the UK. I might just give them a whirl in my own south east London house!


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