BiscuitCuit

Wheel thrown ceramics made in Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain · 252 Sales

BiscuitCuit

Wheel thrown ceramics made in Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain 252 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars
(66)

Announcement   Remember that you get 15% discount when buying four or more ítems of my shop. Take a look and enjoy the sale!

In my little shop you can buy the pieces I make in my small studio in Barcelona. Use cupon code LOCAL if you want to pick up your purchase in Barcelona.
I am opened to custom requests, just convo me and let's talk about it!
I also take orders for restaurants, ask about wholesale discounts when buying multiple items.

***You can follow me on instagram: @biscuitcuit

Looking for a gift for a special friend? You can provide me with the address you would like the gift sent to upon check out and I will ship it directly!

Announcement

Last updated on Jun 11, 2018

Remember that you get 15% discount when buying four or more ítems of my shop. Take a look and enjoy the sale!

In my little shop you can buy the pieces I make in my small studio in Barcelona. Use cupon code LOCAL if you want to pick up your purchase in Barcelona.
I am opened to custom requests, just convo me and let's talk about it!
I also take orders for restaurants, ask about wholesale discounts when buying multiple items.

***You can follow me on instagram: @biscuitcuit

Looking for a gift for a special friend? You can provide me with the address you would like the gift sent to upon check out and I will ship it directly!

Neus Batllori Bas

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About

Biscuit Cuit was born like a natural thing to happen

I opened Biscuit Cuit when I noticed that my ceramics wanted to travel. They wanted to spread all over the world. They needed to hear other languages and to take part in other routines in other environments, other cultures.

Maybe it was just me the one needing all this travel and swap, but that was a good start.

How can clay, fire and minerals turn to such awesome ceramic pieces? I only want to show my ceramics to the world and let you in this magic.

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  • Neus Batllori Bas

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    I always knew I wanted to be a potter. I love every little part of the process. From the touch of the raw clay, to the sound that comes from the kiln when it opens. I hope you can feel it too when holding my ceramics in your hands.

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