Started in the late 1960s, little is known about the factory. Many pieces have a middle eastern aspect to their design. A senior designer in the 1970s was Halidun Kutlu (Turkish), who also worked for Karlsruhe Majolika.
A light coloured clay was mainly used (some early itemsused red/orange clay). Many items are either moulded with the Spara name on the base or stamped on the base. Where the name is stamped and the form numbers added by hand these were studio items. Not al bases were marked.
All items are marked with Spara, though in different
ways. Almost all items include a form number and height.