Things well made in Portugal
The chromatic energy of this model, of wide and geometric pattern, ensures the elegance of your style.
A necklace with a letter, which can be the initial of someone very special.
All the wonderful things made in Portugal available to gift at any time, via email.
An essential for a beach day, an afternoon in the city or a walk in the park – a perfect cap for the whole year.
Earrings that make the handstand? You have to see it to believe it. And wear it on your ears.
A selection of the best gifts to offer to writing lovers.
Our gift suggestions for design-lovers, with the best of Portuguese creativity.
In natural cork and with various colors and shapes, cork boxes are perfect for storing your jewelry or displaying your favorite object.
With this cube you can enhance your cooking or bring beauty to your kitchen.
An illustration or a poem? Both and they appeal to longing and absence.
Sleeping in an old wine balloon is just one of the many experiences of Quinta de Ventozelo.
With a tradition of vineyards since 1912, this Duriense farm house was converted into a hotel by one of the owner’s grandchildren.
A planner that allows you to plan the weeks without fixed dates.
Made in Paços de Ferreira, it is an authentic chair, perfect for the living room and to relax.
The brand came out of the oven in the middle of a pandemic, but its masks are not disposable at all.
To rethink old crafts and give them new uses, Macheia created this basketwork kit in a tube.
From the seeds to plant to the press to dry, FLO follows the life cycle of the flowers in one box.
Our suggestions to gift to DIY-lovers.
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Two abstract shells, in the form of modern and minimalist earrings.
A backpack and a bag had a son and called him João.
Traditional knife, handmade by Paulo Tuna, in an exclusive production for The Collection.
In an exclusive and limited production by Ramos Cerâmica x The Collection, this handmade vase comes with its own earrings and a stony texture.
Cousin of the coffee cups, this pen cup is designed with a minimalist desk in mind.
Asymmetric earrings with Saturn and Star medals.
With colorful illustrations, Teresa Rego celebrates nature – even in large, gray cities.
For a change from the traditional jar, here is a pine structure to expose dried flowers.
In this vegetable garden you can grow mini vegetables, baby leaves or aromatic herbs.
Ricardo Pessoa was only 18 when he recovered a car for the first time. As soon as he finished it, he immediately traded it for his first Land Rover.
To feel the texture of this very portuguese material, the clay is glazed only where it is needed.
The English call it a bucket bag, António calls it Julia.
A monthly planner, which can be used with the 1/365 Diary or separately.
Under a centuries-old chestnut tree was born a refuge designed by architect João Mendes Ribeiro.
A chair that celebrates simplicity and lightness, named after Fuschini’s wood supplier.
Inspired by the precision of Japanese samurai, these razor blades combine tradition with technology.
Yako&Co aprons are light, comfortable and durable.
Thin and long, based on two pillars of shale, Casa do Rio seems suspended over the Douro.
A “comfortable hut” designed by architect Luís Tavares Pereira to merge with the landscape of Gerês.
From the ruins of a mill, Casas Caiadas received the Most Tasteful Renovation award from Monocle magazine.
Another Travel Guide by Observador Lifestyle joins the collection, this time dedicated to Madeira.
The first Travel Guide Lifestyle Observer is dedicated to the Azores.
The leather version, nothing disposable, of the common plastic bag.
Two flowers to wear on the shirt, designed by Joana Mota Capitão.
The wine barrel shaped stool won Serralves’ POPS (Original Portuguese Projects) award.
After a decade working as a model, Margarita decided to become a pastry maker.
A side table with six colors to choose from.
When his first nephew was born, Emanuel Rufo made him a contemporary rocking horse.
Ceramics applied to lamps. With her own hands, Patrícia Lobo makes special lamps.
In these hand-made pieces of clay, imperfection is seen as a sign of authenticity.
An old family home recovered by the architect José Adrião, who designed doors that open to the garden.
A structure in brass or lacquered steel is added to the ceramic.
Made out of leftover paper from the brand’s productions, each memo pad is unique.
It was one of the most prosperous homesteads in Alentejo and, since 2016, it’s one of the most awarded hotels in Portugal.
Cécile likes to play with shapes, color overlays and geometries in her ceramic pieces.
Olive oil with lemon, rosemary or piri-piri, for great seasonings.
Together with his father, Emanuel Rufo makes wooden toys in a workshop in Estarreja.
In the heritage of Rafael Bordallo Pinheiro, this walnut shell, produced in Caldas da Rainha, also serves as a bowl.
Two-tone sweatshirt with chest embroidery and contrast sleeves.
With sloping construction, the Torta (sloping) desk is one of the most famous pieces of Porventura.
The sun always at home, at a distance from a velvet cushion.
Depending on the orientation, Pirouette is both a table and a cork stool.
Handbag inspired by the old paper bags of bakeries and grocery stores.
Set of four sea patés, in an ideal package to offer.
Earrings inspired by traditional Portuguese clay roof tiles.
Modern cousin of the carrier pigeon, Columbus serves to stick notes.
An ingenious elastic system gives this bench extra storage.
Where there used to be an old stabe for animals, a pink and lightful guesthouse was designed.
In addition to a natural cosmetic brand, Casa Brava is also a bed & breakfast on an Algarve farm.
One more good reason to have a garden and be able to wear this vegan apron.
Set of three bowls for appetizers, with a wooden base included.
The sun in a bag, with two beauty products to protect the skin before and after sun exposure.
Sustainable sneakers, produced with eco-vegan materials and ocean plastic.
Author’s jewelry with naturalistic influences.
They look like mushrooms that grew on the walls, but they’re hangers.
Elegant and belted, this wallet is designed to fit in small bags and handbags.
Like all WoDesign objects, the airpod case is made out of wood waste.
A heavy helper to tidy up the library: this elephant serves as a bookstand.
Perfect for soups and salads, these organic granolas help eating in a healthy way.
Inspired by the embellishments of juices and cocktails, this lemon is actually an original cap opener.
Mafalda Pinto Leite’s beauty brand bets on natural ingredients and packaging that are obvious.
A necklace from another world with a Saturn talisman.
Handmade with Alcanena skin, Sul’s bags are durable and timeless.
In Burel’s 5-star hotel, Maria Keil’s furniture co-stars with new Portuguese designers.
A journey through the Portuguese Discoveries in a 19th century mansion, where every suites is unique.
An old farm where every detail was considered, where there’s a hamam for Turkish baths.
Set of two always popular jams: red pepper and pumpkin with walnut.
Designed during the first lockdown, in 2020, the carpet created by Madre for GUR helps counting the days.
Three friends (and a cat) started designing using paper, because it was easy and cheap to do so.
And with three little pieces only you can do a beauty ritual.
Small bags to plant between four walls.
A paperweight to give a helping hand at work, or at least embellish the desk.
Available in various sizes, ZigZag can function as a flower jar or candle holder.
From an Azorean expression, a friendly wooden whale was born.
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