VathiotiCeramics

Traditional and Contemporary Pottery, Handmade Ceramics

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Last updated on Mar 21, 2021

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About VathiotiCeramics

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The ceramic art workshop that we maintain in the Greek Island of Samos, has been operating for a century, through four generations of potters.

Our workshop has recently been especially honored by the Panhellenic Association of Ceramists and Potters in its annual conference of 2019, with an extended presentation and tribute to our history and creations.


OUR HISTORY
1st Generation
Demitrios Vathiotis

In 1922 my great grandfather Demetrios Vathiotis came to Samos as a refugee from Asia Minor with his family and continued the art of ceramics which he had previously been practiced in the area of Sivrihisar. So when he came to Samos, he built his first furnace and made a living from his art despite all the difficulties he faced.
Demitrios Vathiotis was making a wide variety of ceramics and was a well-known and successful potter of his time.

2nd Generation
Emmanouil Vathiotis

Emmanouil Vathiotis (son of Demetrios) was introduced to pottery as a teenager (12 years old) and made pots, pitchers, bags, tiles and various household items. He developed into an excellent potter. He worked with his wife Patras Vathiotis, who "enriched" the objects until his death in 1974.
His works are in museums in Athens and in private collections.
Patra worked alongside him all the years, painting, helping with the make-up and at the same time raising their four daughters together.


3rd Generation
Stamatia Vathioti

In 1979, having utilised the experience and the knowledge Stamatia( Daughter of Emmanouil and Patra) gained thanks to her father, after attending courses of Mrs Eleni Kanellopoulou's workshop and in a private school of pottery art and decoration, she decided to set up her own workshop.

She has taken part in group exhibitions through local organizations, in Athens and abroad. She recently took part in the 8th Ceramics Exhibition, at the "EXODOS" Art Gallery, in Athens.

Stamatia taught ceramics to children of Samos Primary Schools, participating in the DOPONAS program.

She also participated in the inauguration of the Center for the Study of Modern Ceramics through Mrs. Betty Psaropoulou and formerly in the exhibition of ceramists of the Eastern Aegean.
She collaborated with the Italian painter-sculptor Carlo Carosso. In our workshop in Karlovasi, part of the collection of this collaboration is exhibited.
In 1982, Vangelio entered the production, after learning next to her sister, Stamatia.
All these years, Patra Vathioti has been painting in the workshop, next to her daughters.


4th Generation
Emmanouela Makri-Vathioti

In 2014, Emmanouela (daughter of Stamatia), after completing her studies at the National Technical University of Athens as a Chemical Engineer, as well as the Master's degree in Finance, she decided to continue the art and family tradition.

She operates her own workshop in the village of Manolates in Samos. Emmanouela creates her own ceramic molds and paints new patterns, inspired by tradition too.
She recently took part in the 8th Ceramics Exhibition, at the "EXODOS" Art Gallery, in Athens.

Shop members

  • Emmanouela Makri- Vathioti

    Owner, Chemical Engineer-Potter, Designer

    I hold a diploma from the school of Chemical Engineering of the NTUA and a MSc in Finance. In 2014, I decided to continue the ceramic art and family tradition, as the 4th generation. I create modern ceramics, inspired by tradition too.

  • Stamatia Vathioti

    Designer, Potter

    In 1979, having utilized the experience and the knowledge Stamatia gained thanks to her father and after attending courses in a private school of pottery art and decoration, she decided to set up her own workshop and is a potter for 40 years now.

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Last updated on Mar 21, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Do you accept Returns?

No, unfortunetly I do NOT accept returns. According to EU regulations, unique pieces of art can not be returned.

Legal Business Information of seller

My company is registered in Greece under the name: Makri Emmanouela, Vathioti Ceramics Workshop

Based in the following address: Likourgou Logotheri 98

Contact Tel nr: +306948934652 (Monday to Friday 10.00 to 18.00)

GREEK VAT nr: EL301095827
General Business Registry Nr in Greece:

Will I be charged with import taxes in my country?

It is possible that you might have to pay import taxes in your country. I can NOT predict the import taxes or possible delays due to customs delays. Please refer to a custom office to ask about possible taxes that may occur for ceramics in your country.

Because I legally pay export taxes in Greece, during export outside the EU, import taxes in your country may occur.

What is provided in case I receive the item damaged?

In case the items are delivered damaged, please contact us within 48 hours. A photograph of the damaged items and the carton box is required as proof. In this case we will resend the product to you.