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The workshop 110 Cores opened in 2004, when the Company J. P. da Conceição was celebrating 110 years of existence. The name comes as a tribute to its age. Throughout its existence, the atelier has given training and workshops, organised exhibitions, participated in events, established partnerships, promoted internships, helped clients and helped to hold projects. Visiting this space you can find the artists in their work environment. The pieces produced here stand out for their originality and creativity. It has a wide and differentiated offer, from figurines, popular saints and improbable cribs, artistic and decorative pieces (plates, bowls, masks, etc.) to tiles and personal accessories.

Adoramus was born out of the desire to share with the world the work done by Portuguese monasteries and convents. These communities spread all over the country create unique products produced by hand. By disseminating and promoting convent products, Adoramus aims to help monasteries and convents to subsist and continue to support those most in need, being a pillar of faith and charity in the communities where monasteries and convents are located. Craft products, honey, infusions, soaps, biscuits, almonds, articles of devotion, sweets and marmalades, incense, rosaries, nativity scenes and liqueurs, are some of the products you can find.

Buttons, buttons and more buttons. The well-buttoned “Wasp” and parked outside the door is the ideal business card for a space where buttons are the main actors and storytellers. Each has a life of its own, a tale to tell, a unique experience and feel. Son and grandson of seamstresses and with the “pet” of mechanics, Rui Oliveira always coexisted with the buttons. It grew with them, but its process in the art of creation begins in jewelery, in the preciousness of filigree, where everything is worked by hand, meticulously. Creating a different concept coupled with a life course brought him back to the origins, the buttons and, with them, storytelling.

Árvore com Alma is a shop dedicated to art, crafts and author pieces that offer a wide range of products and services that aim to meet the diverse needs and tastes of each customer. Artworks, author crafts, home décor, wellness products, personalized souvenirs, clothing and wedding lists are just some of the objects you will find in this welcoming space. In addition to marketing products, Árvore com Alma also offers design services and event design.

Founded in 2004, this space owes its name to the lady who dreamt of one day having a shop dedicated to traditional Portuguese crockery made on the potter’s wheel and painted by hand. Nowadays is nicknamed the “Pottery and Embroidery shop” due to the two main categories of products: ceramics and embroidery, both handcrafted and 100% Portuguese. Highlights include the faience from Coimbra, ceramics from São Pedro do Corval in Alentejo, roosters from Barcelos, certified embroideries from the Azores, certified shawls, and handkerchiefs from Minhoto and Meadela, among others. In addition to the items on display, clients can learn about the manufacturing process, the history of the pieces and videos of their production. They have the option of producing customized parts.

Founded in 1860, the centuries-old Casa dos Linhos is located in the heart of Porto, right in front of the Bolhão market, being one of the oldest and most traditional embroidery, lace and linen establishments in the city. Based on the Portuguese culture and tradition of manually working linen, sheets, towels and other textiles, from which the country’s female hands have created true works of art over the centuries, Casa Dos Linhos is dedicated to prominent Portuguese handicraft trade.
It is a reference space for customers and tourists, who can purchase the product while being carefully informed and advised about its use and maintenance.

The owners of Padaria Pardal assure that the best ‘regueifa’ (wheat bread, generally braided) of Porto is made by them, every Sunday. But besides bread, this establishment, whose origins are linked to the city of Amarante, also bakes Conventual and traditional sweets: “Toucinho do Céu” (a kind of cake made with pearl sugar to which ground almonds are added, sometimes gila jam and, finally, a large portion of egg yolks), “Babão” (a special cake made with many eggs and much sugar), “Pudim do Santo” (special kind of pudding, made with eggs, butter and sugar), and even biscuit cake “just like the one mother used to make”. There are plenty of reasons to visit this bakery and pastry shop. Casa Pardal is proud of its motto: “Made with the heart, delivered in hand” – which reflects the attention with which they receive each client and the demand upon the choice of the best raw materials.

Cultura Portuguesa- Cork Fashion & Arts began with the aim of sharing the best of Portuguese culture, promoting the arts and traditional crafts, and supporting a fair trade philosophy. Then they extended their philosophy to the green and vegan world, linking fashion with environmental sustainability. In this way, they sell natural and ecological fashion accessories, mostly 100% vegan, especially footwear, for men and women, all made of cork. Products are manufactured only by skilled artisans or certified factories in Portugal, where employees are respected and sustainable behaviors are practiced. They have online store.

The Dolambique space was conceived and created to provide visitors with the opportunity to purchase and taste essentially Portuguese products, purposely produced in small quantities and mostly by hand.
Olive oils, vinegars, cheeses, preserves, pates, teas and infusions, crackers and biscuits, traditional smokehouse, organic fruit, jams and honeys, wines, liqueurs, sparkling wines, gins and port wine are just a small sample of the remarkable variety of products available. in this establishment, which allow those who enjoy them a short walk through the Portuguese cuisine.

Open to the public since November 2014, Enaltece Sabor is located in one of the busiest streets in the city. Under the sign of products of national origin, it presents a variety of Portuguese regional products of differentiated quality, highlighting the conventual sweets of Amarante, “the best palmier in the world” and the covillets of Viana do Castelo. To facilitate the choice of the most undecided, menus were created that combine the best Douro wine (white, red, rosé, Verde or even a glass of Port wine) with the best cheese, hams or smoked pork loin, to be consumed in the area. Enaltece Sabor also offers its customers a take-away service.

Fine&Candy is a luxury stationary brand that offers its customers a personalisation service that allows them to add a personal touch to the pieces developed by their designers. You have the possibility to personalise your writing pad, your leather article, or even your graphite pencil, with your name, initials or phrases of inspiration. All stationary items are executed individually, making each piece unique, using premium materials and using National Press ateliers. Fine&Candy suggests and recommends some parameters for your personalisation, but if you want another type of result, do not hesitate to contact the team.

Founded in the distant nineteenth century, specifically in 1877, the Great Warehouses of Beira began their activity in Rua de Santa Catarina as a store selling fabrics. Today, its doors are open to the public at a different address at Rua de 31 de Janeiro.
In this establishment, with a tradition of over 140 years, you can nowadays buy products of a very different nature from those initially sold in the Department Stores, such as puzzles, postcards, souvenirs and handicrafts of Portuguese production, allowing you a short trip through culture of our country.

At Portuguese Porto Market you will find the best in the country, in a space that brings together some of the most typical products of each district – wines, handicrafts, honey and olive oils, are just a few – from north to south of the country, and has space for the typical tavern where wine is drunk in the malga and there are cheese and cold meat boards, codfish balls, bifanas and pies to starve. In addition to the commercial component, ensured by artisans and authentic Portuguese brands, run by national or Portuguese-speaking entrepreneurs, the market also explores the cultural aspect through free events of Fado, concertina, folklore or Alentejo singing.

Lagar do Mel store, as the name suggests, specializes in retailing and producing honey derivatives. Its network of employees includes beekeepers and beekeeping producers, and this establishment collects its products in various apiaries between the regions of Trás-os-Montes and the northern coast. Lagar do Mel’s mission is to promote honey products and their application in areas as diverse as food, cosmetics and therapy. Lagar do Mel’s offer includes products ranging from traditional honey of all kinds, through royal jelly and biscuits and almonds, to products not so common, such as soaps based on this raw material of unparalleled nutritional properties.

Maria Laura is a small traditional smoke-producing company in the Trás-os-Montes area, particularly in the city of Mirandela. All its production is done in a traditional way, complying with all quality and food safety requirements.
It also sells a selection of olive oil, honey and handicrafts from the Transmontana region, among other products of regional origin.
The slogan “Tua ∙ Alma (da) ∙” Transmontana refers, in addition to the company’s Transmontana soul, to its two stores: Maria Laura Tua in Mirandela and Maria Laura Almada at Rua do Almada 325, in Porto.

Open to the public since October 2018, Maria Sardinha is the result of a great passion for handicrafts shared by three Marys, a mother and her two daughters. This establishment, located in one of the most emblematic areas of Porto, sells classic products of Portuguese origin. Here you can find cheese, traditional sausages, biscuits, jams, wines and many other delicacies from Portuguese producers. In addition, original handicrafts are at your disposal – the perfect souvenir to take home. More than a shop, this is an Art Gallery where you can find pieces of culture and art from Porto and Portugal for sale.

Memórias’s space has existed since 1999, having moved to the historic center of Porto. It was born with the purpose of showing the importance of Portuguese handicrafts in the decoration, making known to the general public the hand out of the artisans and offering tourists a glimpse of one of the riches of Portugal – linen, lace, embroidery, stone, iron, Ceramics, tile, clay, wood, are the raw materials used. The space is invaded by the smells of roses, lavender, and soaps that were reborn from ancient times. It is particularly known for the variety of cribs. It is also a place where unique and original pieces are created, with much demand for loyal customers.

Open to the public since April 2015, Mercadinho dos Açores intends to offer the city of Porto an Azorean corner with the sensitivity and tenderness of the archipelago’s soul. Mercadinho has a grocery store of regional products for sale, such as São Miguel meat, Corvo cheese, Lava cakes, Santa Catarina tuna or Graciosa cheese, genuine and quality products, as they are certified by nature and with the guarantee of the Azores Mark seal, issued by SDEA – Society for the Business Development of the Azores. It also has a wine cellar with several brands of white and red wines and liqueur wines.

In Vietnamese, Mùi means perfume. In the world around us, we always find a taste, a smell, a perfume that reminds us of a country, a place, a person. Of Vietnamese origin, Thuy Tien, with knowledge and rigor, designed the recipes of excellence that are unique to Mùi Concept. In this establishment you will have the possibility to try and to enjoy teas and herbal teas of different tastes and perfumes. Currently the space has 120 varieties, of which twenty are biological. In the shop you can also discover selected artifacts about the environment and the work of artists and craftsmen from Vietnam, and other neighboring countries.

Created in 2013, Pedro Santos atelier is dedicated to the design and craft production of ceramic objects. Porcelain paste is the material chosen to shape the pieces by its whiteness and translucency. The projects are produced by hand in small series or unique pieces, and it is also possible to customize products upon request.
The pieces are available for sale at the studio, in traditional online trading partners on the author’s website. In the area of ceramics, Pedro Santos atelier also provides technical support, training and sharing of workspaces for short-term projects.

If contemporaneity is marked by constant technological leaps and the search for the latest advances in this area, it is also true that the contemporary also involves the adaptation of old traditions and respect for the knowledge that hands have passed down to us over many generations. The Ponto Cruz Concept Store seeks to combine the current with the old, promoting a range of handmade products of Portuguese origin, offering a unique and original set of products to its customers. Illustrations, dolls, tote bags, Bisalhães crockery, photo scroll magnets, wallets, belts, earrings, rings, necklaces, are just some of the products you can find there.

This is the ideal space to get to know Portuguese traditions and gastronomy, taking with you products created by Portuguese designers and products produced in Portugal. It is located in the old “terreiro do forno” (furnace yard), one of the oldest and most representative places of the habits and customs of the people of Porto. It emerged as part of the Porto Vivo Project, which aims not only to revitalise historic buildings, but above all to energise and bring new life to the most forgotten places in the city, bringing the local population closer to tourists. Therefore, Porto Passion does not intend to be just a shop for “tourist souvenirs”, but rather to disclose a little of the local history and the people who currently live in the Largo.

Portugalidades is a chain of stores, founded in 2010, which specializes in the sale of national handicraft pieces. This brand works directly with artisans and artists from various corners of Portugal, in order to fulfill its mission of exhibiting and promoting the best that is done in terms of Portuguese handicrafts, both at the traditional and contemporary levels.

Portugalidades is a chain of stores, founded in 2010, which specializes in the sale of national handicraft pieces. This brand works directly with artisans and artists from various corners of Portugal, in order to fulfill its mission of exhibiting and promoting the best that is done in terms of Portuguese handicrafts, both at the traditional and contemporary levels.

Portugalidades is a chain of stores, founded in 2010, which specializes in the sale of national handicraft pieces. This brand works directly with artisans and artists from various corners of Portugal, in order to fulfill its mission of exhibiting and promoting the best that is done in terms of Portuguese handicrafts, both at the traditional and contemporary levels.

Portugalidades is a chain of stores, founded in 2010, which specializes in the sale of national handicraft pieces. This brand works directly with artisans and artists from various corners of Portugal, in order to fulfill its mission of exhibiting and promoting the best that is done in terms of Portuguese handicrafts, both at the traditional and contemporary levels.

Portugalidades is a chain of stores, founded in 2010, which specializes in the sale of national handicraft pieces. This brand works directly with artisans and artists from various corners of Portugal, in order to fulfill its mission of exhibiting and promoting the best that is done in terms of Portuguese handicrafts, both at the traditional and contemporary levels.

Since 1897 Príncipe Porto Portugal has been engaged in the marketing and dissemination of genuinely Portuguese regional and traditional products in the field of clothing and footwear, scarves, shawls and regional costumes. It is recognized in Portugal and abroad for the originality, authenticity and quality of the products. Exports to Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. In this store of great tradition, the customer can immerse himself deeply in Portuguese culture through the clothes and objects that mark its long history. The interior features various cast iron elements, including a spiral staircase leading to the sewing workshop.

Prometeu Artesanato is a chain of stores specialized in handcrafted, hand-crafted handicraft objects with over ten years of experience in the field.
It stands out in the sale of products produced exclusively for its establishments by its authors, being given the customer the possibility to know and watch the whole process of creation.
In the Prometheus Handicraft spaces you can find Alentejo ceramics, tiles, jewelry, iron pieces, wooden images and Barcelos crafts, among many other solutions that are part of the careful selection available in these stores.

Prometeu Artesanato is a chain of stores specialized in handicraft objects with authorial production and created by hand, with more than ten years of experience in the area.
It stands out in the sale of products produced exclusively for its establishments by its authors, giving the customer the possibility to know and watch the entire creation process.
In the Prometeu Artesanato spaces you can find ceramic pieces from Alentejo, tiles, jewelry, iron pieces, wooden images and crafts from Barcelos, among many other solutions that are part of the careful selection available in these stores.

Prometeu Artesanato is a chain of stores specialized in handcrafted, hand-crafted handicraft objects with over ten years of experience in the field.
It stands out in the sale of products produced exclusively for its establishments by its authors, being given the customer the possibility to know and watch the whole process of creation.
In the Prometheus Handicraft spaces you can find Alentejo ceramics, tiles, jewelry, iron pieces, wooden images and Barcelos crafts, among many other solutions that are part of the careful selection available in these stores.

Prometeu Artesanato is a chain of stores specialized in handcrafted, hand-crafted handicraft objects with over ten years of experience in the field.
It stands out in the sale of products produced exclusively for its establishments by its authors, being given the customer the possibility to know and watch the whole process of creation.
In the Prometheus Handicraft spaces you can find Alentejo ceramics, tiles, jewelry, iron pieces, wooden images and Barcelos crafts, among many other solutions that are part of the careful selection available in these stores.

At Reviver we meet people who are passionate about caring spaces, elegant tables and decoration that stays in memory. Here you can find singularity, such as traditional pieces made in a handcrafted way, such as Alentejo’s crockery, Viana do Castelo’s or Valentine’s handkerchiefs, which can mark the personality of a house. For those looking for a unique Christmas decoration, there is a selection of Christmas articles, with special emphasis on the national handcrafted nativity scenes, which every year call hundreds of collectors to Reviver. Frames, lamps, artificial plants, candles, handicraft, tourist souvenirs, among others, are some of the other items you can find here.

Santo da Casa is located in a historic building recovered in the heart of Ribeira, the area of Porto located next to the river. This store has existed since 2013 and you can find the Portuguese soul in it. Characterized by an extremely comfortable, cozy and tastefully decorated environment, you can find all kinds of traditional and handmade products, with an emphasis on traditional and handmade blankets and rugs, which represent the best that is produced in Portugal. In addition to blankets and carpets, it offers a wide variety of products such as hats, jewelry, accessories, canned and handicraft products. It seeks to combine the traditional and the classic with modernity and design.

Portuguese Maria Fernandes and Ecuadorian Jorge Ramirez met at international fairs. This craft store is one of the fruits of this relationship. South America’s passion for crafts and its roots is found in the wide range of products we offer our customers, ranging from pearls to semi-precious stones, from esoteric products such as traditional wind chimes and ethnic clothing to wool coats or Andean caps. But you don’t just find crafts in this store. Here you can also buy t-shirts from some of the most popular rock and metal bands.

Suuuper has assumed itself as a concept store, with its doors open in Porto since Christmas 2018. It specializes in the trade of traditional products combined with a contemporary twist, covering branches as diverse as food and decoration.
In this establishment, where it is intended to achieve a fusion between the traditional and the modern, the customer can find options as diverse as ceramics, towels and rugs, leather and cork products, but also wines, chocolates and preserves.
The Suuuper gallery also promotes several Portuguese artists and organizes workshops and tests.

Located in the heart of Porto we have a store from Porto. Let’s rephrase. Situated in the heart of Porto we have a store from Porto, which is Portugal. They seem innocuous, even meaningless, but intentional. Uma loja Portuguesa is the ideal store to continue visiting Porto and Portugal, even when you return home. With a supply of Portuguese articles, A Loja Portuguesa, has products that allow you to take home a little of Porto and Portugal. Here it is, it is a typical Portuguese shop. Here you will find handcrafted products, exclusive and national, with a wide range of genuinely Portuguese projects from various regions of the country.

Zinda.Atelier establishment seeks to dedicate itself exclusively to the creation of unique pieces in contemporary ceramics, while never failing to bring together the richness of tradition and history. Operating both as a shop and as a studio, this establishment is also the artist’s workplace that produces her ceramic creations, in a space full of color and soul, where the earth commands the emotions and the senses. The doors of Zinda.Atelier are open to children, the people of Porto, tourists and all those who find art as a form of expression. Here you can find a little of your own soul.

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