The origins of Lladró date back to a small craft workshop built in the mid-1950s in Almácera, near Valencia, Spain.
Driven by their artistic restlessness and the desire for a better life, the three brothers, Juan, José and Vicente Lladró, sought new ways to produce porcelain.
The public was immediately enthusiastic about their creations and in a short time, the small workshop was expanded several times. A growing number of collaborators joined the team and the brothers' work was able to reach even more interested people. Today, the sculptures born in the City of Porcelain are exported to more than 120 countries.