Following the road to Morelia, about 20 minutes past Quiroga is Capula (“cherry place”), where the main activity is pottery production: china, table service dinner sets, platters, and flower pots, among other things. All this is worked in two original styles of ceramics, one of red clay or “charanda”, decorated in colors such as white, green and blue, with fish, flowers and Greek friezes, and the other with a yellow background, ornamented in red and green tones and with birds, flowers or greek friezes.

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