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Bordallo Art

Copies of the vast legacy of Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro and his son, Manuel Gustavo Bordallo Pinheiro, until 1920, currently produced by the hands of the Factory’s craftsmen, using centuries-old techniques.

Figures in motion - Nany from Caldas

The art of caricature has always been a presence in the work of Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, revealing the comic characters, be it popular, political or social.
$395.00

Swallow - Swallow 20

In 1896, Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro registers the patent of its ceramic swallows probably realizing that it could become a true Portuguese symbol. He wasn’t wrong, the artist’s flights of swallows started inhabiting houses, in Portugal and in several countries where Portuguese people lived (easy to identify by the swallows).
$60.00

Swallow - Swallow 15,5

In 1896, Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro registers the patent of its ceramic swallows probably realizing that it could become a true Portuguese symbol. He wasn’t wrong, the artist’s flights of swallows started inhabiting houses, in Portugal and in several countries where Portuguese people lived (easy to identify by the swallows).
$49.00

Swallow - Swallow 6

In 1896, Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro registers the patent of its ceramic swallows probably realizing that it could become a true Portuguese symbol. He wasn’t wrong, the artist’s flights of swallows started inhabiting houses, in Portugal and in several countries where Portuguese people lived (easy to identify by the swallows).
$30.00

Tiles - Tile Grasshopper 14,5

$89.00 $62.30

Tiles - Tile Frogs with Waterlily 13

Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro produces a remarkable production of blue tiles for the interior and exterior coating treated as decorative elements of great importance. Of the tiles with relief, either with patterns or figures, it is important to highlight the originality and quality of the glazes applied manually. The blue tile of the big frog is a representation of naturalism and Art Nouveau by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro.
$89.00

Tiles - Tile Large Frogs 13

Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro produces a remarkable production of blue tiles for the interior and exterior coating treated as decorative elements of great importance. Of the tiles with relief, either with patterns or figures, it is important to highlight the originality and quality of the glazes applied manually. The blue tile of the big frog is a representation of naturalism and Art Nouveau by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro.
$89.00

Codfish - Codfish

Codfish lives in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and the Arctic. For centuries, these waters were sailed mostly by Portuguese fishing boats, which came back home carrying tons of cod already cleaned and salted. Codfish is large and can reach an average of 1,2 meters in length and 40 kilos in weight. The species is very voracious, devouring everything that moves around them. Its diet is extremely varied, including marine organisms such as fish, squid, crustaceans and other molluscs. It lives in large shoals, sometimes formed by thousands of individuals.
$140.00

Pitchers - Pitcher Duck

A zoomorphic shaped pitcher by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, with a naturalist painting.
$275.00

Animal Heads - Sheep Head

A piece by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, which is part of the wall animals’ head collection.
$141.00

Frogs - Cachepot Frogs

Piece by Manuel Gustavo Bordallo Pinheiro, follower of the work of his father, Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, using the frog as a decorative element on a frieze.
$690.00

Tiles - Box Butterflies

Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro produces a remarkable production of blue tiles for the interior and exterior coating treated as decorative elements of great importance. Of the tiles with relief, either with patterns or figures, it is important to highlight the originality and quality of the glazes applied manually. The small butterfly tile (C. 1905), a representation of the naturalism by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, with an Art Nouveau inspiration, after the artist’s participation in the decoration of the Portugal Pavilion at the Paris Universal Exhibition, in 1889, being most recently used as a box lid.
$120.00