12 responses to “Italian Ceramics”

  1. Kim

    Terrific information! I have already been looking for something like this for a long time now. Thanks for the tips!

  2. Angela Arnold

    I love traveling, and I love your blog. When I get ready to travel to Italy, I will definitely look you up. Such marvelous photos. I am going to France soon, and I will make sure to post some pics on my blog.

    Take care.

  3. Willie

    Hello Jim,

    I am a fan of the Italian culture and cusine.

    It would be great to someday travel to Italy and exeprience it first hand.

    You have some really great photography here on your blog.

    A few weeks ago, I took a few days off from work. When I returned, I was asked by my co-workers if I travelled anywhere. I smiled and said, I travelled the world right from the comfort of my home, via the internet.

    Looking at these photo’s of Italy you have taken, makes me feel as though I am within a fingertips reach.


    Willie Robertson

  4. Leslie Denning

    Hi Jim. I’m glad to get to know you. It looks like you have lots of adventures. I really enjoyed the pictures of the Italian ceramics. They are so beautiful. I’ve never been to Italy, so I enjoyed the pictures very much. I’ll come back to vicariously travel with you to some other destinations.

    Wishing you a song in your heart,
    Miss Leslie @ Music with Miss Leslie.com

  5. Steve Nicholas

    Great post, Jim! These are some very interesting travels, and it’s amazing all of the things that you can find when you really look. These are some amazing pieces of art you found! The irony is just how many tourists and travelers tend to look for something just like home, so when they go somewhere, everything’s just like home except for the accents. I can’t wait to see what else you uncover!

  6. Wellness & Health

    Wow, those are really nice ceramics! I wonder how much you’ve ended up buying. I already wanna buy everything just by looking at your pictures! lol! Did you travel with group? When we went to Canada, I wanted to do the group travel but my husband didn’t want to deal with the hassles of travelling with a group. So we did “mini” tours in Montreal, Ottawa and Niagara. Anyway, those are really nice pictures and I’m sure you had an awesome experience there too! Thanks for sharing, Jim!

    Cherrie Bautista

  7. Andy Nathan

    These are amazing ceramics! I have been in Rome, but it looks like there is a lot more of Italy that I need to see. Beautiful vista shot!

  8. Tim & Sole

    Hi Jim,
    We love to travel… and to see all the pictures you’ve posted on this post as well as throughout your blog simply takes us on your travels!

    We’d love to visit Europe, and we know Italy would be one of our favorite places. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Christine Casey

    Hi Jim, as the Amalfi coast is a region I plan to visit when I travel to Italy, was glad to have come across your post as I had no idea that these kinds of ceramics (colorful & unique) were so popular there! And, although I know that a lot of the Italians do take advantage of the afternoon siesta, and your mention of this was a much appreciated reminder to be sure to get started earlier in the day for shopping 🙂

  10. Terrific Tonya Heathco

    Terrific post. I felt as if I were there with you. Beautiful pictures! I never knew Italy had such beautiful ceramics. I never knew Italian’s took siesta in the afternoon. Wow, I learned so much from you today. Looking forward to our next adventure.

  11. Debbie@Invisible Heartstrings

    Hi Jim,

    That ceramic owl was just yummy. Thank you for the visual treat. I don’t know how you could make a decision as all the ceramics were so beautiful. I would love to see photos of your ceramics!


  12. Luca Sambuco

    Hi Jim,

    I am writing from Deruta, Italy, a small town near Assisi and Perugia, famous for a centuries long tradition of ceramics.

    If people like Italian Ceramics, I suggust to visit Deruta and, in particular Sambuco Ceramics (http://www.sambuco.it  -  facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sambucoceramiche) with its wide range of shapes and patterns from the traditional to the contemporary lines. Sambuco has a big show-room of more than 1500 square meters, an online shop and is able to ship worldwide.
    I am at disposal for any information.

    Luca Sambuco

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