Romanian ceramics compiles an experience that dates back to Neolithic times. The “Cucuteni” culture of this period is recognized as having one of the most refined and stylish potteries in all of Europe. Nowadays, the most famous Romanian pottery is made in and around the town of Horezu, in northern Wallachia. An age-old craft, modeling clay has become a real art in the hands of old masters, the inhabitants of this heavenly region.

Horezu pottery – unique to Romania due to the chromatics and floral motives – is emblematic for the region and is known worldwide. Preserving the local tradition and displaying Byzantine influences that have turned the craft into a brand for the Horezu valley.