During the 50s and 60s SECLA produced large number of containers to Coffee House liqueur, a product of the Virgin Islands that was imported and sold in the US market. These handpainted containers were made in three diferent colour combinations and two sizes:  11 cm and 30 cm.  Now they commonly appear described as bud vases.

SECLA was born in Caldas da Rainha, one of the main places for pottery in Portugal, in and it's now sadly closed. SECLA stands for "Sociedade de Exportaçã

SECLA (Portugal)

Varig (Brazilian airlines) ashtray designed by Ferreira da Silva. Here we have two examples, the one with the matte black finishing it's from an earlier period.

SECLA (Portugal)

These vase shaped lamps were produced after Ferreira da Silva models and show a raised landscape of the small fishing village of Nazaré.

SECLA (Portugal)

Varig (Brazilian airlines) ashtray designed by Ferreira da Silva. Here we have two examples, the one with the matte black finishing it's from an earlier period.

pair of 1960s Secla salt and pepper shakers on a tray,  - Miller's Antiques & Collectables Price Guide

pair of Secla salt and pepper shakers on a tray, - Miller's Antiques & Collectables Price Guide

SECLA (Portugal)

SECLA was born in Caldas da Rainha, one of the main places for pottery in Portugal, in and it's now sadly closed. SECLA stands for "Sociedade de Exportaçã

SECLA (Portugal)

Here is a page from a 1960 american magazine showing concerns about what are the next Design trends. At the down right corner you can see a note about the SECLA exhibition at The Architectural League of New York.

Holt Howard - Mug, Japan, 1965.

Portuguese faience brand "SECLA" vintage mug.

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And if one green bottle… : Mateus Rosé

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