Heavily inspired by Portuguese history and culture, the Dom Heritage is a cross between two of Boca do Lobo’s most iconic design pieces, keeping the form of the Dom Manuel cabinet, with the use of the azulejo finish found on the Heritage pieces. Used to tell tales and stories, azulejo tiles became increasingly popular during King Manuel’s reign, representing a landmark in Portuguese architecture. The Dom Heritage is a tribute to the country’s grand epoch, as well as to its traditional artisan crafts which Boca do Lobo seek to keep alive.
Azulejo, the Portuguese term for hand-painted tiles, is a clay or ceramic plate piece, generally with a square shape decorated with glazed colorful designs. The paintwork is done with water-based paint, a powder that is mixed with water to work the density.
This unique cabinet features unique finishes and remarkable design elements, inspired by the classic Manueline style. The cabinet body is covered in hand-painted azulejo tiles and mirrors. Its legs are made from solid mahogany and are crafted to a traditional form, finished in high gloss brown lacquer gradient.
ARTS AND TECHNIQUES
Hand Painted Tiles - Azulejo; Leaf guiding; Glass Work; Lathe work.
MATERIALS AND FINISHES
Azulejo and mirror; Mahogany legs with black lacquer finish.
W 110 CM | D 60 CM | H 165 CM
W 43.3 IN | D 23.6 IN | H 65 IN
Azulejo is available in sepia, red, green, or in traditional blue.
We are ready to craft the most demanding wishes into your own masterpiece, supported by Haute craftsmanship and passion for innovation.
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