The Regional Craft Centers market products with the “Región de Murcia” seal

During the month of June, the Regional Craft Centers of Murcia, Cartagena and Lorca, have organized a simultaneous exhibition of craft products in commemoration of the day of the Region of Murcia, in order to promote and spread the customs and emblems of our land .

In this exhibition you can find miniatures of the Virgen de la Fuensanta, Virgen de La Arrixaca, La Matrona de Murcia and La Matanza from the traditional clay nativity scene, Manuel Nicolás Almansa.

The illustrated histories of different municipalities in the Region of Murcia made by the craftsman Pedro Hurtado, such as Murcia, Águilas, Los Alcázares, Lorca, Mazarrón, Jumilla and Alhama de Murcia.

Huertanos and the Cathedral of Murcia represented in creative ceramics by artisans Juan and Silverio Piñero Ayala and Marisa Peaguda.

Masks, fans, separate pages painted by hand by the artisan Lidia Cassi.

Singular orchard costumes, and combined with good taste by the hand of Beatriz Regional Costumes.

The emblematic Jug of the Bride, made by the artisan company Alfarería Lario y Piñero.

Fundirmetal Amando, presents a replica of the sculpture Alfonso X El Sabio, cast in bronze, as well as the miniatures of the "Tribute to the Farmer" located in the roundabout of Diez de Revenga and the "Fish" in the roundabout of the avenue Miguel de Cervantes.

Aidemar is a non-profit association, made up of families with children with disabilities, within their educational programs they have a pottery workshop and for this exhibition they have created different ceramic figures that represent the Mar Menor.

Pía La Torre, costume jewelry, with pendants made of ceramics and keyrings.

Ana Belén Paredes, embroiderer presents, t-shirts, baskets of my work, notebooks, among others.

Carmen Martínez Azorín, stained glass window, with clocks, boxes and pen holders made of molten glass.

Rosa López Torres, fabric decorator, with scarves and fans and hand-painted silk trays.

Verónica Maccorin, potter with her paparajotes and miniature sailors, and we also have t-shirts from the Region of Murcia from the artisan firm Kojak.

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