Transatlântica Side Plate 16
£17.50 exc vat each
By Vista Alegre
The renowned Brazilian designer, Brunno Jahara, created the Transatlântica tableware set for Vista Alegre to commemorate the union between Portugal and Brazil.
This unique collection consists of beautiful blue and white pieces with touches of gold and some hand-painted elements. Each item of tableware has its own meaningful design, including a ship that represents the discovery of Brazil, a bugle for the carnival festivals and samba schools, the star from a compass evoking discovery by sea and finally tiles to reflect Portuguese art and culture.
Colour & Material
Porcelain, blue and white, enhanced with gold
Dishwasher safe on short cycles at low temperatures. Avoid frequent use in dishwashing.
José Ferreira Pinto Basto founded Vista Alegre in 1824, building the first industrial unit dedicated to producing porcelain in Portugal. Ílhavo in the region of Aveiro is home to the impressive Vista Alegre factory. In 2001 the Vista Alegre Group merged with the Atlantis Group and in 2009 the company was acquired by the Visabeira Group, giving rise to one of the largest groups of tableware and giftware in Europe.
The brand has achieved an outstanding international reputation for its high standards of quality and functionality making in an industry leader. New, exciting and innovative products are continually being created due to co-operation with prestigious designers worldwide. Vista Alegre manages to preserve its priceless artistic heritage whilst always looking to the future, combining a rigorous manual work with the most advanced technology, resulting in products that are constantly evolving.