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Girassol I Ceramic Dish - 11.0''
Boneca Barriguda by Prazeres Côta - 12''
Coração de Viana I Gold plated Silver Filigree Pendant - 4.3''
Anjo Barroco I Azulejo 5.5x5.5''
Monte das Oliveiras I Olive oil Plate
Reed Satchel Bag - 25cm - Blue & Natural from Portugal
Ceramic Vase - Cobalt blue
Marinha Grande I Glass Salad bowl - 11"
Renda I Handmade Ceramic Plate - 10.6'' - Turquoise
Madeira I Stoneware Plate 11.0" - Yellow
Costa nova I Striped Ceramic Vase - Red
Reed Satchel Bag - 22cm - Pink & Violet from Portugal
Costa Nova Mar I Striped Ceramic Pitcher - Blue
Ceramic Swallow Origami Style - Gold
Coimbra I Ceramic Plate - 11.4"
Ati Manel I Sardines with olive oil and lemon
Copper Cataplana pan 11.8'' - 5/6 people
Saloio I Olive oil can and its carafe
Azulejos Panel 12x12''
Azeite Traditional I Portuguese Gift set

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In search of the best Portuguese products. I am constantly on the lookout for the finest Portuguese products. Every week, I have the opportunity to meet with Portuguese craftsmen, discover new brands, or learn about ancient brands. I am often impressed by my encounters, as their passion, knowledge, and creativity are reflected in their products. Their products are often a reflection of their personal convictions.

A selection of 100% Portuguese products. Not only is my enthusiasm a criterion for product selection, but I also pay meticulous attention to ensuring that the products are 100% Portuguese. I carefully check that the products are entirely manufactured in Portugal, and that the raw materials used are Portuguese, whenever possible.

A selection of value-added products. 100% Portuguese products, products that seduced me... Above all, the products I select must promote specific values and possess unique qualities. Some of these products showcase and revitalize Portuguese traditions, while others are the result of remarkable creativity. There are products that are truly one-of-a-kind, such as the Azores tea, and others that blur the line between art and craftsmanship, like Julia Cota's statuettes.