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  • Heart of Viana

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  • Beads from Viana

  • Nature

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  • Geometric Shapes

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  • Child

  • Religious

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  • OURO
  • All items in this GOLD menu are produced exclusively in 19-carat gold (Portuguese gold).

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  • The story

  • The Watermark

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  • The story

     The place is Portugal. A country by the sea planted with incalculable beauty, with an extraordinary people (to say the least!). It was the twilight of the glorious Age of Discoveries in the 15th century, when our navigators achieved incomparable and unprecedented feats. At that time, the Portuguese crown brought precious stones and metals from its overseas provinces. It was then that our ancestors began to work with gold and Silver. This was the awakening of filigree.

    The filigree dawn...

    Our history is the universal history of Portuguese filigree artisans. It begins with a goldsmith by Grace Francisco. A tall, broad-shouldered man with few smiles, but an incredibly hard worker. He spent hours and hours in his modest workshop trying to reproduce in filigree what he saw around him: nature, love, religion. From his hands came pieces of incredible delicacy and beauty. He was madly in love with his wife, Maria, and was inspired by her to create some of her works. Maria meticulously filled the pieces, Chain by Chain, while he made the skeleton, and so they spent the best part of the seven days of the week together—their lives and their work were in perfect harmony.

    One day Francisco was hospitalized due to a serious pulmonary complication. Knowing that he had little time to live, he called Maria and begged her: “Don't let art die. The tradition must endure” Maria agreed. The love that united them was so strong that a few months later Maria also died... but not before persuading her children to make her the same promise. She fulfilled the promise she made to Francis at the end of her life. Even more, she has honored the promise she had made to him at the beginning—their marriage vows. Their union surpassed even death and their rings—the most precious fruits of their labor—were testimonies of that union.

    Francis and Mary represent the universal ancestors of filigree. They are how we imagine the filigree great-great-grandparents: revolutionary, persistent, enigmatic. Although jewelery has grown stylistically and changed with the times, the craftsmanship remains. The art continues. And it will continue.



    We believe in a world where happiness reigns. Genuine happiness, no filters. Filigree is Joy, yes, it's true! Go to Feiras Novas in Ponte de Lima and you will be able to feel the joy of someone who dances until dawn carrying the biggest heart of gold that he has locked up in his safe and that already belonged to his dear grandmother. On that day, the heart goes out into the street, vain as only it can be.

    Our greatest Mission is to sow this joy in your hearts.


    Luísa Seixas Garcês