artisans

 

Ines Telles works and lives in Lisbon, Portugal. She created her jewelry label in 2009 where she focused on creating jewellery that was a deconstructed and simplified to elegantly embellish the body. As a result her collection is casually comfortable while keeping its quality and hand made luxury. Her studio in central Lisbon is an extension of her work, her inspiration and the philosophy behind her creations. 

At the roots of Claus Porto are its German founders and a beautiful, historic Portuguese city. The marriage of these two European identities went on to create a venerable beauty and fragrance house, which marks its 130th anniversary in 2017. The label built its name on hand-crafted soaps infused with fine fragrances, which draw on ingredients from Portugal’s lush countryside. These products are imbued with an artisan’s heart and soul, and are wrapped by hand in packaging illustrated with beautiful art work.

 

 

 

Casa Cubista is a happy accident that started with the idea that they wanted to share all things made and found in Portugal with friends around the world. Based in Olhão, a bustling fishing port on Portugal's Algarve coast, the name 'cubista' comes from the unusual whitewashed and tiled cubist style of buildings found in the alleys and streets of the old town. 

 

 

 

Found in a little town called Cantanhede, Portugal, this artisan hand creates all of her designs. The locally sourced materials are professionally crafted into modern goods with a traditional feel.