Artesanato de Nisa

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Traditional Portuguese Reed Basket

Traditional Portuguese Reed Basket

Traditional Portuguese

Traditional Portuguese

Nisa Pottery

Nisa Pottery

Embroideries & aplique from Nisa - Alentejo, Portugal

Embroideries & aplique from Nisa - Alentejo, Portugal

Bilha de Nisa. Traditional clay pottery with embedded stones drawings from Nisa, Alentejo, Portugal.

Bilha de Nisa. Traditional clay pottery with embedded stones drawings from Nisa, Alentejo, Portugal.

Nisa - Embroidery : Widely praised for its extraordinary beauty and the unique traits of its multiple expressions, made visible by feminine hands of great mastery, Nisa’s embroidery became part of popular culture as one of the most genuine identity traits of the Nisa’s people. #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

Nisa - Embroidery : Widely praised for its extraordinary beauty and the unique traits of its multiple expressions, made visible by feminine hands of great mastery, Nisa’s embroidery became part of popular culture as one of the most genuine identity traits of the Nisa’s people. #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

Alentejo´s handicrafts : furniture with amazing colors #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

Alentejo´s handicrafts : furniture with amazing colors #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

Nisa Pottery #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

Nisa Pottery #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

Nisa Pottery: Although stoned pottery is an ancient tradition in Nisa and closely related to water preservation, there are no specific studies that allow us to trace its geographical and historical origin. This technique coexisted in the Alto Alentejo region and still coexists to this day, namely in Nisa and Estremoz. Here, the technique is known as “enchinado”. #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

Nisa Pottery: Although stoned pottery is an ancient tradition in Nisa and closely related to water preservation, there are no specific studies that allow us to trace its geographical and historical origin. This technique coexisted in the Alto Alentejo region and still coexists to this day, namely in Nisa and Estremoz. Here, the technique is known as “enchinado”. #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal

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