The work of László Józsa, master potter from Korond, was born on 4 August 1960 in Korond. He graduated from schools in Korond and Odorheiu Secuiesc, as a pupil of Imre Sánta. He worked in the Harghita Art Workshop in Csíkszereda, and later he worked in the Consumption Cooperative in Székelykeresztúr. He studied pottery from Sándor Máthé and Imre Fábián.
In addition to traditional Korondi ceramics, he makes unique innovations, from miniature pots (0.5 mm) to 1.80 m floor vases. His tiled stoves have been exported to Bucharest, Hungary and Germany. His pots are painted by his wife, Márta Józsa. His needle-engraved lace patterned plates stand alone.
He is a founding member of the Firtos Cultural Association and the Korondi Pottery Association.
The green painted and enamelled decorative tiles are 16 cm high, 16 cm wide and 1 cm thick. The piece was an old exhibition piece, but is in excellent condition
We recommend it to everyone, it can be a decoration for any style of home.
Use it in good health!
(Photos by Bálint Erdély, photographer)
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