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Sa Teulera first started its activity in 1870 as a tile factory, hence its name. At the beginning, it only made building materials, such as roof and floor tiles.
The business passed through the hands of different families until the Albertí family took over in 1970. Now, Miquel Albertí and his wife, Esperança, run the workshop and make traditional Majorcan ceramic pieces, especially kitchen utensils and all kinds of decorative objects.
It should be noted that the pieces are handmade with an old wheel lathe, in the traditional way. They conserve the spirit and enthusiasm they have always had. They now use a gas-oil oven, as the original wood-fired oven of the brickyard is no longer in use.
On the outside of the building, right in front of you is the large chimney that characterises Sa Teulera. When you go inside, you are transported back to another era, as the factory conserves the original roof, the old wood-burning oven and the stone columns.
Sa Teulera does not currently have fixed opening hours, so it is advisable to call before you go.