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The Sardine is an iconic gastronomic symbol of local tradition, for Popular Saints Festivities and Lisbon.
The sardines in this umbrella are decoreted with tile panel details from different centuries and uses.
This umbrella is ideal to bring in your handle bag as it mesures 24cm. The canopy has a diameter of 102cm.
Considered a food for the poor, sardines were a staple food, especially in cities like Lisbon, where it was, and still is tradition to eat them roasted during the Santo Antonio festivals, the patron saint of Lisbon.
The first artistic sardines date back to the 19th century and came from the hands of Rapahel Bordalo Pinheiro (1846-1905), but it was not until 2003, when the Lisbon festival sardines competition was created, when they began to become popular until they became an icon of Lisbon’s culture and gastronomy.
The Terra Lusa brand presents several product collections where each reference is a tribute to the Portuguese Cultural Heritage: notebooks, wristwatches, fans, ecological bags, mini umbrellas, glasses cases, microfiber cloths and adjustable book covers, all divided into themes of Portuguese roots.
800 Years of History, Culture and Tradition inspired the design of the various products in which quality is combined with contemporary design.