Pair of wooden dolphin shaped spoons

Your culinary creations will be even more lovely with these authentic, original and beautiful works of Brazilian folk art.
Measures (HxWxD): 2 x 7 x 30 cm (0.8 x 2.7 x 11.8 in) It.weighs: 0.15 kg (0.3 lb).
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This is a pink dolphin, native to the amazon region. Many local folklore tales revolve around this unique and exotic creature. The pieces are made out of the wood of the native Itaúba tree (Mezilaurus Itauba), also commonly used in construction and shipbuilding.

These handicrafts are produced by a group of artisans called the "Saracá Ants", which use wood, seeds and other natural resources in their artistry. They live in the Sustainable Development Community called Saracá located in the Rio Negro Region in the North of Brazil.

Saracá is the name of a common ant from this lush region. The artisans are appropriately named the "Saracá Ants" because of their strong and efficient work ethic, similar to that of this ant species.

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