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Traditional Ceramic Swallow - 20 colors
Classic tri-color Ceramic Swallow
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Black
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - White
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Blue
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Light Blue
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Green
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Light Green
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Orange
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Golden yellow
Ceramic Swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Yellow
Ceramic swallow from Caldas da Rainha - Purple
Hirondelle en céramique - Noire from Portugal
Ceramic Swallow - Mat Black
Ceramic Swallow - Gold
Ceramic Swallow - Brass
Ceramic Swallow - White
Ceramic Swallow - Cobalt Blue
Ceramic Swallow - Blue
Ceramic Swallow - Turquoise
Ceramic Swallow - Green
Ceramic Swallow - Terracotta
Ceramic Swallow - Yellow
Ceramic Swallow - Pink
Ceramic Swallow - Pink
Valentino I Ceramic Swallow
Namorados I Ceramic Swallow
Convoluções I Ceramic Swallow
Coimbra I Ceramic Swallow
Coimbra I Ceramic Swallow
Ceramic Swallow Origami Style - Black
Ceramic Swallow Origami Style - Mat Black
Ceramic Swallow Origami Style - Cobalt Blue
Ceramic Swallow in Origami style - White from Portugal
Ceramic Swallow Origami Style - Mat White
Ceramic Swallow Origami Style - Gold
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Ceramic Swallows

ABOUT CERAMIC SWALLOWS

 

A trendy decorative object. With current enthusiasm for Portugal, ecological concern and the desire to return to nature, swallows become a trendy decorative object that great designers or decorators take into account. Hotels, public spaces, facades, living rooms, bedrooms... There is no place that cannot be enchanted by a flight of ceramic swallows.

In multiple colors. The traditional color of the earthenware swallow is black, but cobalt blue and white swallows are also widespread. The variations exist in all colours, from sky blue or pink, particularly used in children's rooms, to water green, yellow or red, which can be adapted to less common environments.

But most of the time made in ceramics. Traditionally, Portuguese swallows are made of ceramics, but there are also clay models and attempts to make them out of metal. The forms remain quite free, depending on the interpretation of each individual. We can find ceramic swallows in the most faithful representation possible but also very stylized replicas.