• Artesanía de Valsequillo 19
  • Obdulia Melián Ortega
  • Francisco del Pino Cruz
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 8
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 18
  • Miguel Santana Afonso
  • Fabiola Melián Gil
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 7
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 17
  • Miguel Galván Ramírez
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 6
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 16
  • Marina Suárez López
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 5
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 15
  • Eloisa Pérez Galván
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 4
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 14
  • Maria Cleofé Suárez Nuez
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 3
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 13
  • Manuel Lorenzo González
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 22
  • Victoria Cabrera Muñoz
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 12
  • Juan Martínez Gómez
  • Delfí­n Díaz Almeida
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 21
  • Tomás Fleitas Bení­tez
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 11
  • Josefa Hernández Santana
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 20
  • Teresa Hernández Hernández
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 10
  • Artesanía de Valsequillo 2
  • Ramón Martel Davila
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 1
  • Francisco Navarro Ramirez
  • Artesaní­a de Valsequillo 9
  • Elena Trujillo Estupiñán
  • José Luis López
  • Jorgina Hernández Florido
  • Dulce Bení­tez Artiles
  • Teresa López Garcí­a
  • Carmina González Galván
  • Mafalda Cabrera Santana
  • Julia Rosado Medina
  • Felipa López García
  • Pino del Carmen López López
  • Julia Hdez Ventura y Nieves Dguez Perdomo
  • Juan Ponce Santana
  • Antonio Tomás López Ruano
  • Antonio Mayor Álvarez
  • Ángela Peña Galván

The climate, which in itself has created various models of habitats constituted by certain vegetable species, has conditioned the origin of different types of craftwork, with the spinning of wool standing out; loom manufactured fabrics; reed weaving, wickerwork, craftwork with textiles, iron, wood, rye and palm leaves; and likewise fireworks. However, mention should also be made to small pottery and stonework artisans. All these forms of artwork constitute the personality of this village, in which tradition and culture are indeed closely linked.

Apart from these traditional artisan works, the “new craftwork” that has acquired importance in the municipality is to be highlighted, as is the case with toys and carpentry.

Thus, given the rural environment surrounding Valsequillo and the diversity of forms that its craftwork acquires, we can deduce that for the inhabitants of this municipality this work is actually a true need. This is likewise the reason why the products we find are related with man’s everyday life, with those products linked to agriculture and livestock raising standing out (baskets, ploughs, cheese dishes, packsaddles, sacks...) and those used by humans (tablecloths, jackets, blankets, garments, brooms...).

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