The Orduña’s House (Guadalest) – the Dinning room

The Dinning Room


It contains an excellent collection of pottery. The two Valencian pieces of metal reflections (16th century), two vases (late 19th century) and the hutch: French-German, and Valencian pottery (18th-19th century) are worth mentioning.

From the old farmyard we climb up to the noble floor. We find a large room that piece as a distributor to the rooms of this floor. It is ornated with coats of arms belonging to the Orduña’s family, sewing pieces and embroideries and a wardrobe with traditional lighting utensils: oil lamps, candlesticks, candles, etc. Other objects found in the house complete this glass cabinet.

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