A porcelain Fassi, one of the main pillars of Moroccan Andalusian art. Fez was still the fulcrum of this original art and etched in history since the ninth century at the time of Idrisid where displaced to manufacturers of all civilized electrodes as Cordoba and Kairouan, carrying with them the necessary expertise and technology. Perhaps the presence of clay quarries good for the industry was one of the factors encouraging the growth of this art, where many manufacturers and numerous workshops.
Were all professionals specialized in the manufacture of ceramics reside within the walls of the city of Fez; region known for that character to Djerba Alfajarin (pottery makers). Organized professionals porcelain and ceramic tiles in similar spaces as it is formed of a building consisting of an open courtyard, often instills few olives bushes, and surrounded by low-rise workshops and covered with flat roofs. These workshops are used as warehouses for goods manufactured or of raw materials (clay, knock), while the a la carte place is devoted to building furnaces (furnace or Fernand each professional) intended to cook or pots constituent formations tiles decorative tiles (tiles).