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Handmade Homewares from Lusitano 1143

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Handmade Homewares from Lusitano 1143

May 31, 2017

Launched late last summer, Lusitano 1143 brings thoughtfully designed homewares—all made in Portugal—to the US market. It was founded by Carlos João Parreira, a Lisbon native who moved to Manhattan to work in contemporary art and lifestyle brands. Now based in Brooklyn, Lusitano 1143 offers goods drawn from longstanding Portuguese traditions like ceramics and textiles, locally sourced materials such as stone and marble, and with nature motifs like lavender, the national flower. (We also like the free US shipping and returns.)

The Cimento Vase
Above: The Cimento Vase2 is handmade of lightweight cement and glazed inside so it’s watertight; $110.
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Above: Lusitano’s porcelain dinnerware collection is handmade in Cascais, Portugal, near Libson. Half of each piece is dipped in a high-gloss oxidized glaze, while the other half is unglazed. The entire collection is dishwasher safe. The Small Serving Plate and Small Serving Bowl are $48 each.
 Made by hand in the Alcântara district of Lisbon, Esbelta Coffee Mugs have a soft white, semi-gloss glaze and are also available in gray; $60 for a set of two.
Above: Made by hand in the Alcântara district of Lisbon, Esbelta Coffee Mugs have a soft white, semi-gloss glaze and are also available in gray; $60 for a set of two.
Available in white, dark gray, and light gray (shown), Lusitano&#8
Above: Available in white, dark gray, and light gray (shown), Lusitano’s Espresso Cups with modern flat handles are $60 for two cup-and-saucer sets.
This small serving board is made of lightest pink limestone from Sintra, Portgual. It&#8
Above: This small serving board is made of lightest pink limestone from Sintra, Portgual. It’s unsealed, so will age with use. The Small Lioz Limestone Tábua is $50.
In addition to the pink limestone shown above, Small Tijelas Bowls are made from dark gray ruivina marble and lightest green verde cristal marble, both from Évora, Portugal; $50 each.
Above: In addition to the pink limestone shown above, Small Tijelas Bowls are made from dark gray ruivina marble and lightest green verde cristal marble, both from Évora, Portugal; $50 each.
Made in the same Alcântara district of Libson, the white Lavanda Butter Dish has a hand-painted motif of lavender, the national flower of Portugal; $75.
Above: Made in the same Alcântara district of Libson, the white Lavanda Butter Dish has a hand-painted motif of lavender, the national flower of Portugal; $75.
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