Al Aire

Yesería Tallada Inspirada en La Alhambra de Granada

€270,00 EUR

Siguiendo las técnicas tradicionales que se emplearon en la época de Al Andalus en la construcción de la Alhambra de Granada, y utilizando los mismos materiales y pigmentos naturales, presentamos esta yesería inspirada en el Arte Islámico que decora las paredes de este monumento.

Una pieza única de gran belleza con tonos azuritas y toques de oro realizados con láminas de oro auténtico.

Para enmarcar la pieza y dar un toque de distinción, el artesano ha empleado madera natural teñida a mano con tintes naturales.

Esta pieza es una recreación detallada de los muros de la Alhambra. La pieza original está tallada a mano, para que después, mediante la fabricación de moldes, se pueda hacer una reproducción en serie. Aun así, la pintura y decoración de la pieza es un proceso completamente manual.

  • Es un producto artesanal hecho a mano en España.
  • Realizado en yeso y marco de madera.
  • Todos los materiales utilizados son de origen natural y no son perjudiciales para el medio ambiente.
  • Medidas: 49cm x 35cm.
  • Peso: 2500 g.

*Por favor, tenga en cuenta que este es un producto artesanal. El resultado final puede tener ligeras variaciones respecto a la foto. 

Plaster craft atelier


It is an artisan workshop committed to the recovery of the original techniques used by the Hispanic-Muslim artisans. These artisans reached their artistic peak with the Nasrid dynasty, founded in 1238 by Muhammad lbn Yusuf Ibn Nasr and ended with the reign of Muhammad XII (Boabdil), on January 2, 1492, with the surrender of the city of Granada to the Catholic Monarchs, which became the last Muslim king of the Iberian Peninsula.

Detail of hand painted plaster work inspired by Islamic Art
Tools and paintings use to hand paint islamic plaster inspired decor pieces

A long trajectory

Thanks to more than 20 years of experience in the field of conservation and restoration of works of art, we have had the opportunity to have in our hands a large number of original pieces, thus being able to examine in detail those craft techniques that have disappeared to the detriment of our culture. This, together with an arduous work of historical-artistic research, has allowed us to create a collection of original pieces in which we faithfully reproduce the plasterwork that once covered the walls of the Alhambra in all its splendor.

The elaboration of our pieces begins by obtaining a plaster of the highest quality, starting from a chemical composition identical to those of the Alhambra so that the base of the piece has the same reaction when it comes to polychrome and maintain its texture both visually and tactilely.

Preserving traditional techniques

The polychrome is made with pure lazurite (micronized lapis lazuli stone) used with the egg tempera technique. The gilding is done with the technique used in the Nasrid period, always using 24 carat gold leaf in the pieces that incorporate the technique. Both the polychrome and the gilding is done piece by piece, giving a unique character to each of the pieces we make.

The framing in the case of the pieces so conceived, is always made in natural woods dyed with dyes of own elaboration and polished with pure beeswax, in order to confer a delicate touch to each of our woods.

The labeling of the pieces in the back area, assures each customer that the piece has left our workshop and has not been manipulated afterwards.

Hand painted plaster art inspired by islamic art

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