Galeria Tereza Seabra

Galeria Tereza Seabra was founded in 1984 under the name Artefacto 3, in Bairro Alto, the old part of the city of Lisbon and an area with a long tradition in the field of crafts. It was the first art jewelry gallery in Portugal.
The main intention of the gallery was to give young jewelers the opportunity to show their own work, and to create a dialogue between them, the general public, and the international artists also exhibiting there. The goal was to reveal this specific art form, to make it known in Portugal, where art jewelry was unknown, and to make it grow.

In 1998, Tereza Seabra took over the Artefacto 3 gallery/workshop, launching the jewelry brand “Tereza Seabra – Jóias de Autor.” The aim of the gallery/workshop is to exhibit established artists, both national and international, and to promote the newcomers whose work is based in the research and experimentation that contemporary jewelry requires.

Learn more about Tereza Seabra by reading AJF’s interview with her here.




Rua da Rosa 158-160A

Lisbon, Portugal



+ 213 425 383






Object Feature

Hugo Bernardo, Untitled (Objects)

Lore Langendries, Gem#1

Joana Albuquerque, Masks for Everyday Rituals

Paul Adie, On Offer

Tereza Seabra, Untitled

Inês Esteves, Fake Tea Set

Alejandra Ferrer, Tetas

Ritsuko Ogura, Capsule

Lisa Walker, Untitled

Alena Willroth, Barnacle

Catarina Silva, Acalanto Mântrico

Tereza Seabra, Ritus

Caroline Broadhead, Strength in Numbers I

Verena Sieber-Fuchs, All My Medications


Tereza Seabra, Malapata

Bernhard Schobinger, Der Tod und das Mädchen (Death and the Maiden)

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