Pitchers are part of the Bordallo Pinheiro’s heritage. With humour and with the correct dose of irreverence, the natural world is once again transported to the table under the shape of animals, fruit, flowers and plants.
A zoomorphic shaped pitcher by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, with a naturalist painting.
A piece by Manuel Gustavo Bordallo Pinheiro, who continued his father’s, Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, work, using a lizard as a naturalist element in a more stylized decoration.
Meanwhile the canine jug, with its distinctive muscular
structure, sagging skin, and different tonalities, reveals the
expression of a sweet, gentle dog that has great poise and
alertness but also a sense of fragility and affability.
The cat jug expresses a haughtiness and elegance of great
dimension, enriched by the diversity of tones and the pattern
of stripes that run throughout its body.