Inspired by the Algarve chimneys with its variety of patterns and more rounded or more rectilinear forms, this is a pigeon scare suitable for balcony gardens and orchards.
The colour of the clay and glaze produces reflections that, associated with the reeds beating together, scare the birds away.
The TASA Project is a network of artisans utilizing traditional techniques, such as pottery, weaving, tiling and basketry, while relying on raw materials native to the Algarve. These include cork, wood, leather, palm, flax and others.
TASA focuses on handcrafted products as its main strategy for innovation, rehabilitating its cultural and commercial status. It is a project of the CCDRAlgarve, the committee for the coordination and development of the Algarve. It began in 2010 and is currently being promoted by ProActiveTur.