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BOA SAFRA Colheita

Three Legs

Tax included

Three-legged stools were typical of some areas of Portugal’s Beira Baixa, namely Almeida. Its unique design is connected to the everyday life of farmers. The wood for these stools was extracted from the wheels of oxcarts and was used to build the seat, to which three branches of ash (the most resistant wood available in the region) were added. Besides being aesthetically original, the stool was also very functional, as it would never wobble no matter how uneven the surface was. It can still be seen in some old farmhouses. This piece of furniture was acclaimed in the most respected book on national vernacular architecture, the survey into Popular Architecture in Portugal (1961).

Deliveries & Returns

Orders and Deliveries

The estimated delivery time: up to 47 working days for mainland Portugal; up to 52 working days for Madeira Island; up to 60 working days for Azores.

All orders confirmed on the Casa Alegre website will be delivered to the address that the Customer specified for delivery at the time of ordering.

The Customer will be notified by email and SMS of the delivery date/period and will have the possibility to change the delivery address, as well as the date. About 30 minutes before delivery, you will be contacted by telephone by the carrier.

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Returns Policy

The customer may return the product within 14 days of receiving it.

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