Things well made in Portugal
Set of three bowls for appetizers, with a wooden base included.
To say goodbye to the disposable ones, these handmade straws are made in brass with a gold bath.
Cousin of the coffee cups, this pen cup is designed with a minimalist desk in mind.
From a workshop in Porto authentic jewels for the table are born.
This stoneware from Caldas tells stories with boldness. In this case, also stinging.
Inspired by the embellishments of juices and cocktails, this lemon is actually an original cap opener.
In this balancing game, all legs are different.
Painted black by fire, Bisarro combines Bisalhães' technique with a contemporary design.
In a game of balance, geometric shapes and clays of different shades are combined.
To serve lemonades, and not only. It makes a set with the lemon cap opener.
Set consisting of a coffee cup with hammered effect and a minimal spoon.
Available in two colours, these ceramic cups are made in a small factory in Barcelos.
Made of geometric shapes, this bowl is reversible and different on each side. A real 2 in 1.
Traditional knife, handmade by Paulo Tuna, in an exclusive production for The Collection.
Contemporary version of the traditional pitcher, to use also as a jar.
In the heritage of Rafael Bordallo Pinheiro, this walnut shell, produced in Caldas da Rainha, also serves as a bowl.
A timeless board in portuguese marble.
Table center piece in black clay, cooked according to the traditional method of Bisalhães, in a kiln dug in the ground.
From the top of his hill, an olive tree was transformed into a dish to taste olive oil.
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