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Lladró is a Spanish exclusive and valuable brand dedicated since 1953 to the creation of art porcelain figurines. Lladró porcelains are known for their prestige and quality as they are recognized as prime examples of artistic porcelain.

Lladró is the success story of an iconic Spanish brand. A world leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of porcelain art creations, Lladró is a unique mix of talent, audacity and meticulousness in the quest for excellence. From sculpture to lighting, home accessories and jewelry, Lladró is a brand that stands for a contemporary, stylish and exclusive lifestyle. Lladró is the story of the passion for porcelain of three brothers, Juan, José and Vicente Lladró. Artists who made porcelain into a way of life and managed to build a business empire with their own hands. In 1953, at their home in the village of Almàssera, they began to make their first plates, vases and ceramic figurines inspired by the works of the great European manufacturers of Meissen, Sèvres and Capodimonte.

Lladró introduced the revolutionary single-firing method which soon replaced the tradition triple-firing. This pioneering method also helped to define another hallmark of the brand: the characteristic pastel tones of a large part of its work.
The 70s are years of feverish activity and creative maturity. The quality achieved leads Lladró to undertake more ambitious works, the first limited series are born and the definitive international recognition arrives.
In the 1980s, the constant search for new ways of expression continued apace. Greater control of porcelain enabled creations that show an extraordinary mastery of modeling. In singular collections like Sculptures, Caprices or Goyescas, the artists’ imagination is carried away by fantasy and the pleasure of creation.

The Lladró Collectors' Society was founded in 1985. Over its 15 years of existence, it boasted more than 100,000 collectors of the brand's porcelains.
In the nineties Lladró produced many highly complex period scenes, most of them incorporating vivid floral compositions which represent the greatest expression of the painstaking attention to detail and know-how of Lladró artists.
In the 2000s Lladró takes its expressive potential to new heights in High Porcelain, a collection of pieces with extraordinary artistic and technical quality, destined to form a select group of masterpieces within the brand's production.
This diversity of product is reinforced with the collaboration of outstanding external designers such as Jaime Hayon, Bodo Sperlein and Culdesac, who add their personal and artistic universe to Lladró's work in a fruitful creative exchange.

Lladró’s know-how allows the brand to offer a wide variety of decorative techniques —liquid colors, enamels, lusters… — as well as different textures and finishes — gloss, matte, satin…. Masters in painting apply the colors with a steady hand, delicately outlining the tiniest detail.
Lladró is active on all five continents and the Lladró Collectors Society has over 130,000 members throughout the world. Lladró pieces can be found in Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg and Lladró Museum and Gallery in New York. Lladró porcelains appeal to all kinds of people including royalty and celebrities.