Art Deco-inspired watercolor printed handkerchief, which evokes details of the wrought iron gate that separates the common area from the private rooms inside the Casa de Serralves and which was designed by renowned armament designer, Edgar Brandt.
This accessory is made of 100% silk, is ideal to give a bold and different touch to your daily look.
Fernanda Lamelas launches a capsule collection of scarves and ties, inspired by the architectural heritage of Casa de Serralves.
Conceived as a private residence, Casa de Serralves and the surrounding park resulted from a project commissioned by the second Count of Vizela, Carlos Alberto Cabral (1895−1968) for the land rather than a family summer farm in Porto activities.
Designed and built between 1925 and 1944, the House is considered the most notable example of an art deco building in Portugal, having been formed as a Property of Public Interest in 1996. In 2012 the set of built and natural heritage of the Serralves Foundation. National Monument status.
Available in green, blue and pink.
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