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Typical bowl (small)

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color.

The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century. The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: cooking in the oven (especially rice)
Format: Unit

Available in other formats. Price on request.

3,00 (VAT inc.)

Secret ewer (Bilha de Segredo)

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century. The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: essentially decorative. One of the most emblematic pieces of Bisalhães pottery production.
Format: Unit

20,00 (VAT inc.)

Mug

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: liquid service (water or wine)
Format: Unit

4,00 (VAT inc.)

Glass

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: liquid service (water or wine)
Format: Unit

3,50 (VAT inc.)

Covilhete pan

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: to serve the covilhete, a typical savory pastry of the city of Vila Real
Format: Unit

1,75 (VAT inc.)

Cruet

20,00 (VAT inc.)

Traditional ovenpot

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: cooking in the oven
Format: Unit

14,00 (VAT inc.)

Jug (Pichorra)

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: liquid service (water or wine)
Format: Unit

Illustrative image (glass sold separately)

10,00 (VAT inc.)

Plate

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: to serve the covilhete, a typical savory pastry of the city of Vila Real
Format: Unit

Available in other formats. Price on request.

6,50 (VAT inc.)

Traditional cooking pot

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: cooking in the oven
Format: Unit

15,00 (VAT inc.)

Platter (Pingadeira)

Bisalhães black pottery, typical of the olaric center of the village of Bisalhães in the municipality of Vila Real, is distinguished by the ancestral processes and techniques used in its preparation and cooking. This ancestral process involves cooking the pieces made by potters in open ovens on the earth, where broom, pine needles and gorse are burned and then smothered with earth that, mixed with the smoke, gives the clay pieces a black color. The process of making Bisalhães pottery dates back at least to the 16th century.

The production process for Bisalhães Black Pottery was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 29, 2016 during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Producer: Olaria Ramalho
Characteristics: cooking in the oven
Format: Unit

13,50 (VAT inc.)

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