Paradiso Ceramics - Handcrafted in Italy – Paradiso Ceramics Australia | Handmade in Italy


Paradiso Ceramics ~ the home of beautiful Italian earthenware

Welcome to Paradiso Ceramics Australia!

Paradiso Ceramics is the Australian home of beautiful Italian pottery made in Deruta, a medieval town in central Italy and one of the largest producers of glazed Italian earthenware known as maiolica (pronounced ‘may-oh-licka’). 

We buy directly from the makers, choosing items that convey the hand-crafted element in the shapes, textures, and colours of the finished works.

Please note ~ only 'IN STOCK' items are available for immediate delivery. Items which are not in stock can be ordered from our factories in Deruta Italy, but please allow around at least 3 months for delivery. Faster delivery is possible for customers who wish to pay for air freight.

Thank you again for the beautiful bowls. My husband doesn’t want to use them because they are too beautiful. The customer service you gave is really rare on these days of age.


So happy with my beautiful jug from Paradiso Ceramics. Even more beautiful than it looked online. Ordering was easy, it arrived particularly promptly and I received a personalized email from Marg letting me know it had been posted, and then a personalized card came with it too. So thoughtful! This is a small business that knows what they are doing and I will definitely be re ordering from them!


The plate and spoon holder arrived and they are simply beautiful. Thank you for getting them to us so quickly. We’ll be recommending you to our family and friends and will be back again.


I have bought ceramics from you on a couple of occasions and will continue to do so. I would like to thank you, the ceramics are beautiful, very individual and sit pride and place in my kitchen.
Many many thanks to you all, love the ceramics but especially your beautiful customer service.


I received the ceramics yesterday and am so happy with my purchases. They are incredibly beautiful, and you can really see the workmanship in these stunning products!


How is maiolica made?