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1887

Ferdinand Claus and Georges Schweder, two German gentleman living in Portugal, open the first national soap and perfumes' factory, Claus & Schweder, in Porto..

1904

Claus & Schweder begins to gain international recognition, when the company is awarded a gold medal at the Universal Exhibition in Saint Louis.

1887

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

1916

Ferdinand Claus is forced to leave the country in the wake of the outbreak of the First World War and Claus & Schweder is nationalized.

1924

Claus & Schweder is integrated in Ach Brito, a company founded by Achilles de Brito.


1936

Claus Porto's men's shaving products are now marketed under the newly created Musgo Real collection.

1953

Ach Brito opens its own lithography studio, bringing packaging design in house. Claus Porto's full production process. From manufacturing to packaging design, is now handled within the company.


1994

Achilles de Brito's great grandchildren, Aquiles and Sónia Brito, start a new chapter in the company as they take Claus Porto's products into the luxury goods' market in the US, Canada, and England.

2008

Decades of Savoir Faire in the production of cosmetics, perfumes and home scents, lead to the extension of Claus Porto's range of products, from Candles, to Home Diffusers, Hand Cream and Colognes.


2016

Claus Porto starts a rebranding process, revamping its visual identity and relaunching Musgo Real. This new identity maintains na absolute respectto the house's charming and unique heritage.

2017

In the year of its 130th anniversary, Claus Porto opened its Flagship Store in a typical 19th-century three-story Porto townhouse.


2018

Claus Porto's first international store in Nolita, NY - its award winning design by Tacklebox Architecture pays homage to Portuguese architecture and craftsmanship.

Books
of
Treasure

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

Books
of
Treasure

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

The Art
Of Making

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

Objects
Of Desire

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.

The Story
Continues

You have to allow the paint to break to make it beautiful. Let's put some happy trees and bushes back in here. I'll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. If you do too much it's going to lose its effectiveness. It's a good way of getting rid of all your anxieties and hostilities. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way.