Today we are feature an authentic local craft that portrays the beauty of the Mediterrean imagery. ‘Mediterranean Ceramics’ was set up in 2008 by David and Brian Grima. An exclusive sustainable business in Malta.


After the prodution of cultural ceramic home-ware, their range expanded into bespoke volcanic stone and lava products. Lava stone provides a natural savage component, while the design element on volcanic stone is incomparable. With a variety of tables, kitchen counters, shop counters, tiling, flooring, facades and barbecues, one will definitely find something unique at Mediterranean Ceramics.


The small family-run business uses stone as a natural material, that is not processed and maintain the most eco-friendly solutions for hand decorated surfaces. Their kiln runs on electricity instead of gas and they utilise a water-efficient spraying booth. They do not use any kind of single use plastic and feature recycled paper for their packaging. 


You can experience the beauty of Maltese ceramic craftsmanship and watch the artists work by visiting Mediterrean Ceramics’s website or at the Ta’ Qali Crafts Village. 

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