Ibiscus Ceramics

Ibiscus Ceramics, Rhodes Town: Address, Phone Number, Ibiscus Ceramics Reviews: 4/5

Ibiscus Ceramics
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The second generation of your family workshop IBISCUS CERAMICS,invites you to experience the production of traditional Rhodian ceramics,handcrafted in excellent quality.
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annarc6
Philadelphia, NY1,726 contributions
A Dying Art
May 2015 • Couples
So special to see something that only a few Greek families still do--hand made ceramics. There are a couple of places in the Rhodes area where the ceramics are completely done by hand. We were able to watch them--starting with the elderly man who threw, created the pottery right in front of us, then seeing the designs being drawn in the pieces and finally seeing the painting being meticulously done on each piece before firing. We couldn't pass up buying a one of a kind piece in the shop. There was no pressure to buy, but this is a dying art. It was not expensive.
Written 20 May 2015
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Joyce O
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Greek pottery
Jun 2013 • Friends
Rhodes, Greece was a stop on our recent Eastern Mediterranean cruise and while touring Rhodes, we went to the Ibiscus Ceramics shop. They had beautiful Greek pottery and we were free to walk around and look with no pressure on buying. We bought two beautiful Greek urns that were made there. Unfortunately, one of the urns was broken after we returned home. I was looking on the internet to try and replace it, but Ibiscus Ceramics does not have a website. If you're in Rhodes, Greece and would like a piece of Greek pottery, I highly recommend stopping at Ibiscus. Hope to get back there someday.
Written 14 October 2013
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