GT Portugal and its partners have a distinct presence in the ceramic sector for its utilitarian and decorative pieces that our clients will find perfect for their tabletops.

Using a combination of the most advanced technologies and the know-how of our technicians and craftsmen, we work the raw material in order to create a great variety of ceramics, cutlery, and glassware with all kinds of decorations, textures, and formats, while carefully researching and developing the best solutions and products for our tableware collections.


We work with materials such as pure stoneware, earthenware, porcelain, and terracotta, molding them into truly unique items with one-of-a-kind surface designs/patterns. These materials are chosen in conformity with their different reactions/behaviors, more specifically thermal shock resistance, liquid absorption, or mechanical resistance.


Serve ware


GT Portugal's Tableware

Our expertise is based on a xx-year experience of ceramic manufacture that combines the best of European artisan history with cutting-edge technology.

Portuguese raw materials

Retrieved from the best natural resources in the country

Specialized Research & Development team

that creates extraordinary finishes and that will be able to advise our clients in all their product development needs

Single firing system at 1180 degrees Celsius (2160 Fahrenheit)

Produces a unique ceramic body with a specific connection between the cay and the glazed surface


With a continuous effort to innovate our processes of creating and decorating dinnerware, GT Portugal’s units are equipped with a series of high tech machinery such as painting robots, isostatic presses, or 3D printing machines. These allow for techniques such as ceramic decal, digital print, glaze dipping, stones, spin wash, emboss/deboss, etc.


Daily commitment to protect the environment

reducing the ecological footprint

Incorporation of single-fired production

That saves energy and reduces emissions into the atmosphere

Advanced water treatment

and reduction of water consumption

Reincorporation of 100% of the shavings

reducing the consumption of virgin raw materials

Use of photovoltaic

produced energy to supply our facilities