Right from the beginning, Lladró has been adding new creations to its extensive body of work year after year. Other pieces have made way for them and are no longer available in catalog. Besides their intrinsic artistic merit their estimonial value makes them especially attractive. Here we offer you a journey through the Lladró Historical Catalog. http://www.andorrart.com/blogdart/
Every Lladró piece of work is the result of a laborious artistic process. Sculptors follow their own inspiration but also perform, if the work requires it, a meticulous process of research and documentation. This is often the case with pieces or collections that reflect other cultures.
http://www.andorrart.com/blogdart/ Every Lladro creation begins with an artistic inspiration. The sculptor then makes the first sketch of the new figure in clay, which is examined and approved by the Creativity Committee, made up by many members, one of whom comes from the Lladró family. The sketch, in clay, is reproduced in plaster to provide the first mold, which will in turn become the definitive mold for the porcelain figurine. http://www.andorrart.com/blogdart/
Pocket Full of Wishes – Lladro Society Pieces Lladro 01007650 Glazed Son Para Ti Society Piece 1997. Finish Variations, Related Sets and Similar Items . http://www.andorrart.com/blogdart/blog-dart-esculturas-de-lladro-esculturas-josep-maria-subirachs-escultor-pintor-grabador-escenografo-y-critico-de-arte-esculturas-swarovski-crystal-worlds/
All Lladró are hand painted and figurines have been made in a variety of finishes. Items can be Glazed, Matte, Re-Deco, Goyesa, High Porcelain, Capricho or Gres. http://www.andorrart.com
Lladró has made sets of Christmas Bells and also Christmas Balls. We have also created our own sets or collections of Lladró Mermaids, Don Quixote or Sport Professionals, etc.
Lladró creates all its figurines in the City of Porcelain, located in Tavernes Blanques (Valencia). The first buildings were opened in 1969 and with the company’s global expansion they were enlarged to reach 100,000 sq. feet.
The City of Porcelain is a large area designed for artistic creation, with bright studios and workshops, within a large complex that also has sports facilities and spacious gardens.
The City of Porcelain is an open space for all those wishing to visit, thanks to a visitor’s program which allows you to watch artisans working on site and to visit the Lladró Museum. Every year over 15,000 lovers of Lladró porcelain visit the complex. http://www.andorrart.com/blogdart/catalogo-historico-lladro-piezas-fuera-de-catalogo-de-gran-valor-artistico-y-testimonial-son-obras-de-arte-muy-apreciadas-y-buscadas-de-las-que-en-ocasiones-solo-existen-algunos-ejemplares/
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