A Letter From I See Spain

In the wake of the pandemic our business is on the mat but not tapped out yet. Yes, this has been a rough one for everyone. None of us here or in Spain have been sick. Thank God. Our heartfelt thoughts go out to any who are sick or suffering from the illness or a quarantined business. The pandemic affects people in a number of ways. People suffer physically, mentally, financially and spiritually. The road back from any of these conditions is a hard one but we are trying one day at a time.

Before the virus we were vendors at about three hundred events per year. Since the middle of March all of our shows and events have been shut down. We have a very small internet presence. Ninety percent of our income comes from events. Needless to say, our industry will be one of the last to re-open. We rely on exuberant crowds filling events and enjoying themselves. For the time being those days are done. We can’t play in an empty stadium.

So thank you for visiting our website or finding us on Amazon. We hope you find a beautiful and authentic piece of Spanish pottery that you will use in your kitchen or give as a gift. Spain has also suffered greatly during our modern day global plague. But before the virus, for years, China has been dumping mass produced ceramics and pottery in Spain’s pottery making regions. Spain has produced pottery since Roman times. Most of the clay making studios are small, family run businesses. They are endangered by the ruthless and predatory business practices of China. So when you buy our products you are helping our Andalusian partners and friends in the pottery industry. You are helping to keep Spanish clay pottery alive and free from extinction. Many thanks from all of us at I See Spain. Above all stay safe and healthy!

-From all of us at I See Spain

Welcome to I See Spain

A Taste of Spain Close to Home.

From spices to sauces … the only way to grate.

Grater Plates

Grater Bowls

Route 66 Dipping Oil

Spinach Salad

Beware of knock-off grater plates!

Our plates and bowls are carefully handmade and beautifully hand-painted in Spain

Our carefully curated collections cost 20% less than buying each piece of handmade cookware individually


Preserve freshness & flavor!

Mortar & Pestles

Garlic Keepers


Pecan Pesto

The story of “I See Spain” begins at the height of the Roman Empire.

Spanish pottery and ceramics with a unique trademark, rough surfaces fired into the cookware specifically designed for grating can be found dating back to the first century across the Mediterranean coast of Europe.

Fast-forward two millennia and we are proud to bring you these hand-painted ceramic cookware, tableware, and serving dishes from the heart of Spain.

Come exploring with us!

The Cookware Collection

Don’t Forget to Cure the Clay


Curing the clay cookware will strengthen the surface and make it more durable for prolonged use.

1. Soak in water for at least 4 hours
2. Fill your cazuela with water
3. Place in a cold oven
4. Bring up the heat low and slow to 350 degrees F for 3 hours





Lemon & Olive Chicken

Roasted Vegetables

Olla with Lid


Cream of Asparagus

Padrón Peppers

Garlic Roaster


Roasted Garlic Soup

Apple Crisps

Cooker with Lid

Clay Collections

Lemon Roasted Chicken

Prime Rib


His name is Bingo Benedicto Pacifico Juan Maria Ramirez, known as The Bing. His family is from Spain and Europe but he is an American. He is our Spanish Water Dog and he is the mascot of our website, iSeeSpain.com. He just turned four months old and he is a little miscreant with very lovable tendencies. In looks, you could not really call him handsome like his hunky male, black Lab cousins Dozer, Ranger and Mac. His looks are quite distinctive. No smooth, sleek black coat for Bingo. Think Keith Richards or better yet Eli Wallach in ” The Good, The Bad And The Ugly” and you’ll be close. His zest for movement and life almost seems like a character from an old western maniacally searching for gold in a graveyard.  So far he is top dog when it comes to tiring out his much larger Lab cousins and us. We love him.  Now we want to introduce Bingo to our ever expanding fan base for authentic clay cookware and pottery from Spain. Need I mention that Bingo eats from a Spanish clay vessel!

I See Spain is now part of a 125 year old tradition!

Come visit us at the Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia. We are at the market by appointment, where we will be demonstrating our beautiful and functional handmade Spanish cookware and accessories. Please check with us to make sure we will be there.

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