Advertising (Old) Spanish Style

This killed me. This is the “advertising” pamphlet that is made available to the public in one Talavera workshop/factory. The exhibition room is filled with a very nice variety of designs and forms, and quite an inventory really. Really a nice talavera business. If you can actually read the advertising it describes the company acquisition and development, including a reference to needing to work with unionized labor. ???? The English translation is off the map bad. It is crazy. I have seen a lot of this type of advertisement that has zero value, or may even bring a negative value to the business. Very traditional but muy loco!

A lot of the workshops/factories are owned by older folks. They are stuck in time, and the economy marches on leaving them behind.



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