the sumptuous artisanal work,
a desire for luxurious experiences!
The Portuguese legend of D. Sebastião inspired this exclusive and luxurious sideboard. Imagine the sumptuous costumes of the court in the sixteenth century, rich and graceful fabrics, full of brocades and details of sewing, proper to a great king, thus emerged this luxury sideboard.
The upholstered fabric praises artesanal work as the best art form that is and in a sumptuous way, excite a desire to complementing your living room.
Material & finishes
Top in Estremoz white marble with polished finish. Upholstered in Super Suede fabric. Legs & frieze in coated Brass effect polished.
Personalization and bespoke by price adequacy.
W: 200cm | 78.74’’
D: 50cm | 19.69’’
H: 85cm | 33.46’’
W: 143 kg | 315.26lb
One of the most peculiar and at the same time more controversial myths of Portuguese culture, is what involves the brief life and the disappearance of King D. Sebastião.
Born in 1554 in Lisbon, he became heir to the throne at the age of three after the death of his grandfather. He was the grandson of King João III, King of Portugal, who saw his ten sons to die.
His birth was thus greatly celebrated for fearing a problem of succession in the Portuguese crown. He died, however, at the age of 24 in 1578 in North Africa, at the battle of Alcácer Quibir, leaving no descendants, paving the way for the delivery of the Portuguese crown to the Filipes of Spain.
Around him was born the myth of "Sebastianism," hoping to return one day, on a foggy morning, to save the country from all its troubles.
Without heir to the Portuguese throne, this was easy prey to the Spanish throne, that already long tried to unify the Iberian Peninsula, but without success.