Mix it up! We love when patterns mix and match which is why we came up with these three coordinating patterns - Ray, Stripe and Dash. The graphic lines work beautifully on the simple form of this wheel-thrown plate, and each is hand painted by craftspeople at a family-owned local pottery. They are, as Casa Cubista loves to call them, perfectly imperfect - And they're all the better for it.
Use this plate just about anywhere that takes your fancy - salad, or perhaps a dessert, or even hung on a gallery wall.
Made by a master potter whose family has been in the business for over 200 years, these pieces mix a contemporary feel with traditional techniques. Wheel-thrown terracotta plates are part-dipped in a white clay slip then hand decorated with a spatter pattern, while mugs and bowls have a completely spattered surface.
The first glass producing factory – A Real Fábrica de Vidros da Marinha Grande – was established by the Marquis of Pombal in 1769. Since then many factories have maintained the regions secular tradition. They produce high quality mouth blown glass.
The Depósito da Marinha Grande, with their vast variety of products, keeps up their tradition, introducing innovative techniques in the production of this sustainable, yet noble product.