Bordallo Pinheiro Rua Nova Gray Creamer

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This dinnerware collection is inspired by the Renaissance era blue tiles found on many Portuguese streets. Combining tradition and modernity, the Rua Nova collection by Bordallo Pinheiro offers a variety of utilitarian pieces and table accessories in anthracite gray.

  • Gray Ceramic Creamer
  • Earthenware
  • 6" L x 4" W x 4"H
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Made in Portugal

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This item is eligible for our free shipping offer for orders above $149. When in stock, this item is estimated to ship within 3-5 business via ground shipping. Ground shipping can take up to 7 business days to arrive once shipped.

Returns

This item is eligible for return within 30 days from receipt. If for any reason you need to return an item with free shipping, the refund you receive will be for the item price you paid minus the standard shipping cost and a 15% restocking fee. You can also redeem a store credit for your return to have the restocking fee waived.

Type: Tea & Coffee

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About Bordallo Pinheiro

Adopting a modern and entrepreneurial approach, Bordallo Pinheiro plays an essential role in the revitalization of Portuguese ceramics and of the artistic heritage of its factory, Fábrica de Faianças Artísticas, Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, in the national as well as the international scene.

Bordallo Pinheiro remains faithful to tradition through the use of ancestral manufacture techniques and the naturalistic motifs at the root of the brand’s great project. At the same time, it gives its lines a contemporaneous dimension, thanks to the excellence of its production and its continuous reinvention, both at the aesthetic and technical level.


The brand’s utilitarian and decorative pieces continue to feed our collective imagination and to take the prestige of Portuguese culture and industry one step further.

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