The Ceramic Room offers customers a wide variety of vases, handmade decorative tiles, jars, Easter souvenirs, lamps, statues, and other works of art.
The Ceramic Room Shop also has its own special projects.
It was not so long ago that ceramic signs began appearing in the old districts of Tbilisi. These colourful slabs with their ornamental decoration and careful inscriptions have added a certain charm to old Tbilisi. You’ll find examples of these signs at the Orbeliani and Gudiashvili Squares, as well as the streets surrounding them. You’ll also find them on Ingorokva, 9 April, and Pushkin Streets.
The demand for these beautiful and distinctive signs is constantly increasing, with the international market starting to notice. You’ll find these ceramic signs at the popular Georgian restaurant Marani in London, where the sixteen-step ceramic staircase is inspired by traditional Georgian carpets.
Another unique project is the steps leading to the Tbilisi Art Academy and connecting Rustaveli Avenue to Griboedovi Street, which are faced with handmade tiles decorated with Georgian ornamentation.
If you’re looking for a unique souvenir to take back home with you, the Ceramic Room Shop is a good place to look.