Tea-Pot Decó Serralves Villa
This teapot is part of the Casa de Serralves Tea Service and is inspired by Art Deco lines.
Made in Pau-Santo and Tin, the Teapot is an excellent piece to give away, collect or for any prominent space in your kitchen.
The inherent collection also includes Sugar, Milk, Coffee and two cups.
Originally conceived as a private residence, Casa de Serralves and the surrounding park were the result of a project commissioned by the second Count of Vizela, Carlos Alberto Cabral (1895−1968) for the land of what had been the family's summer farm near Porto .
Designed and built between 1925 and 1944, the House is considered the most notable example of an art deco building in Portugal, having been classified as a Property of Public Interest in 1996. In 2012 the set of built and natural heritage of the Serralves Foundation received the National Monument status.
The authorship of the architectural project of the house can, with some prudence, be attributed to the French architect Charles Siclis, and to José Marques da Silva, famous architect from Porto at the time, who was closely associated with the work throughout its course.
In addition, the intervention of the architects and decorators of Casa Ruhlmann, who were entrusted with the interior design.
- Estanho e pau-santo
- 13 x 8 cm
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