It is one of the attractions of the Valladolid Fair and Festival and the Crafts and Ceramics Fair always takes place at the end of the celebrations. Just in time for its appointment, another year, it opened its doors in its forty-fifth edition to show the offer of 51 exhibitors until next Sunday in the Paseo Central de Campo Grande. Authentic works of art, some in miniature, handmade and with exquisite precision. A large outdoor exhibition that presents the latest avant-garde ceramic trends together with the most traditional pottery, protected by this event, offering continuity and projection through this commercial showcase of a tourist and cultural nature.
“There are representatives from all the provinces of Castile and León, from many regions of Spain and also from abroad such as France and Portugal,” remarked the Councilor for Commerce, Markets and Consumption of the Valladolid City Council, Víctor Martín, during his visit to exhibitors. Next to him was Carlos Jimeno, President of ACEVA, who highlighted: “It is a novelty that we are building the tree with the most pine nuts in Spain in ceramic.” “It is a pine that is in Tierra de Pinares, and there it is the part of the workshops and the pine nuts are the work of Daniel Serna Sigüenza,” he noted. The goal is nothing more than trying to “set a Guinness record”.
Another novelty is that the competitions for the best exhibitor and rapid modeling in their third edition are called “City of Valladolid” and will take place this Saturday 9th: “This year we wanted to resume all the activities. Here you can buy an article, but there is also entertainment, workshops, competitions…” they emphasized at the opening.