It started at Mayor Street. Manuel Molinero Cañibano moves to Plaza del Progreso (Tirso de Molina), where the former Merced Convent used to be, and where still today keeps on with these affairs. This premise was used for the sales purpose while the workshops were placed in the San Isidro graveyard. The wooden front door with painted crosses was replaced by a marble one. They are mainly dedicated to the funeral field- gravestones, chapels, sculptures, altars- but also work on facade renovations, restorations and setting up shop windows. The founder’s grandson, started working in the workshop as an apprentice at the age of thirteen. He worked with his father who had learned this skilled art from Mariano Benillure.