In the simplest pieces, this flower appears isolated, but it is usually complemented with single line leaves, more complex bunches with two-coloured leaves or small schematic fruits (apples or pears). Some magnificent pieces were decorated with ramito style, one of them is the large wall fountain exhibited in our Museum. The piece is decorated in blue chiaroscuro with a big motif in the centre of the container, reproduced rhythmically around it and also in the lid and in the base. This style’s pieces were commercialised by mule drivers in travelling markets and have been immortalized by Goya in one of his paintings: “El Cacharrero”. In this painting we can see a group of merchants that offer to the people on a carriage plates and other objects from l’Alcora decorated with this motif. The decoration that combines ramito and the small fruits above-mentioned is usually called Cacharrero.