In 1910 Enric Sedó was born, in the Priorat, l’Enric Sedó. When 10 he was 10 years old he moved to Esparreguera, a town with a millenary pottery tradition·which today is already considered Interesting Zone of Cratfs. He started working as an apprentice at Cal Gerrer pottery, one of the oldest workshops of the town. After the war, in 1942 Enric opened his own pottery in the street Barcelona nº. 60.
In the sixties 60 when people stoped using pottery, the daughter of Enric, Conchita Sedó and her husband, Feliu Trujilo Verges decided to join the pottery continuing the tradition of Esparreguera pottery giving to the pieces an astictic view. from this moment the workshop will take another way, Feliu and Conxita started to organise eshibitions and had a lot of orders. In 1985 inaugurated the workshop Sedo Ceramics exhibition as we know it today, where ancient pottery elements, such as the sedimentation tank,, lives together, with the modern pottery studio.
Currently, the granddaughter of Enric Sedo, Glòria Trujillo Sedó and her husband Salvador Garcia work at the studio opened by Enric. Joining tradition with modernity, her personal work stands out for highly technical and conceptual contributions, while the pieces are custom made stand out for their design.