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The shop consists of several buildings. One building is in the shape of a huge jug and houses a lot of ceramic objects and some Romanian traditional blouses and table clothes.
Another building houses the pottery workshop and some more ceramic objects on sale.
The guy that owns the place was very talkative and he gave us all a discount. He wasn't even upset when I broke one of the magnets🙈
The variety of products is great and you will definitely leave the place with a couple if gifts....More
We entered the shop and were met with a very rude reaction by the owner who proceeded to berate us, a very weird and unpleasant experience. I can only imagine it's provoked by the frustration of not selling his overpriced pottery but this is not...More
It is a family business with very much attention to details. They even have a workshop for kids where they can learn ceramics modeling. It is indeed a place where you could find authentic souvenirs made of the well known Horezu ceramic.
Unfortunately, much of the ceramics in Horezu is Bulgarian or Chinese, which is a real pity. The products in this place are for all tastes and you may find some real treasures among them. We got rooster whistles, plates, cups, bells and even honey at...More