8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate
8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate

8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate

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Product Description

Immerse yourself in the legacy of Alcobaça ceramics with our 8.25-Inch Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate. This exquisite piece is a vibrant testament to Portuguese artistry, showcasing the meticulous designs and vibrant colors that define this traditional art form. Each brushstroke reflects the skill and dedication of artisans who have honed their craft for generations, making this plate a symbol of love, beauty, and intricate craftsmanship.

At 8.25 inches in diameter, this plate is not just an object; it is a statement of elegance and sophistication. Hung on your wall, it transforms your space into a gallery of artistry and culture. Imagine it gracing your dining room or adorning a prominent spot in your living room, becoming an instant conversation starter.

This decorative plate is a celebration of the marriage between tradition and innovation. Its intricate floral hearts motif comes to life in a breathtaking display of color and form, exuding the warmth and vitality of Portugal's landscapes. Whether displayed on your wall or used as a centerpiece, it adds a touch of cultural elegance to your home.

Owning this Hand-Painted Alcobaça Ceramic Decorative Plate means possessing a treasure that transcends time. With each stroke of color, you connect to Portugal's artistic past while creating a bridge to the present. As you display this plate, you share a piece of Portugal's heart and heritage with the world.

Features

  • Artisanal Elegance: Hand-painted with a floral motif that reflects the intricate beauty of Alcobaça ceramics
  • Prominent Display: Perfect for creating a focal point in your home, whether on walls or tables
  • Cultural Symbolism: The floral hearts motif symbolizes love and craftsmanship, encapsulating Portugal's heritage
  • Meaningful Décor: Adds depth and cultural significance to your living space, making it more than just a decorative item
  • Versatile Use: Can be used to adorn your dining room, living room, or any other prominent spot in your home
  • Measurements: 8.25” x 8.25” x 1” inches (L x W x H)

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Portuguese artisans hand painting a traditional Alcobaca ceramic plate.
Hand painted

Traditional Alcobaça Ceramics

From the hands of a talented family of artisans in Alcobaça, a town known for making ceramics for hundreds of years, this impressive collection is completely handmade and hand painted.

Decorated mostly in the unique Alcobaça Cobalt Blue, these pieces present a vibrant floral decoration that will enhance any room where you display them.

Hand painted traditional Portuguese ceramic salt holder, olive dish and cruet set.

the maker

Faireal

For over 5 decades Faireal has been a respected name in the famous pottery town of Alcobaça. They are one of the few workshops that survived the crises from the 90s, continuing to create the most wonderful ceramic pieces respecting the old ways.

meet the maker

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