Andalucía’s most famous pottery celebrates the symbol of Granada, the pomegranate, and is glazed in turquoise and cobalt blue over white.
Granada’s Moorish-inspired marquetry uses bone, mother-of-pearl, amber and marble in the finest inlays, although humbler objects employ coloured wood chips. You’ll find chessboards, tables and boxes of all sizes.
The Albaicín area of Granada (for further details see Moorish Granada: Albaicín) has become a mini-Morocco. Here you can buy leather slippers, embroidered robes, silver tea services and decorative ceramics.