Fisherman II :: Amazon World Store

Fisherman II :: Amazon World Store

This piece is a small-sized rectangular box, handmade from Marquetry art, portraying a typical scenery of the Amazon Region and a simple fisherman. It was made with bits of wood found naturally on the forest floor, without any harm to the environment. This is a very beatiful work and you don't find any drop of paint on it. All colors come from the differently pieces of wood used to make it. Titled ‘Pescador’ in my language (Portuguese)

  • This is a handbag made of Golden Grass (Singhnantus sp), which is a natural grass found in one single place in Brazil. The grass is reaped only between July and August, when it reaches the ideal coloration, with a striking golden ... This is a handbag made of Golden Grass (Singhnantus sp), which is a natural grass found in one single place in Brazil. The grass is reaped only between July and August, when it reaches the ideal coloration, with a striking golden shine appearance, and it does not receive any improvement, either chemical or of any other kind, to obtain such colour. Currently, the production of handbags, bijouterie, hats and other items made of golden-grass is the main work and income source for a great number of families of different cities in the State of Tocantins (located in the Amazon Region). Such products are produced using mainly the golden-grass and the silk of the buriti palm, both native of the region, the handling of which is oriented and controlled, to respect and preserve the environment. You will learn more about the State of Tocantins, its natural beauties and the Golden-Grass visiting our website www.amazonworld.com.br, were you'll also see much more items.

  • This Jewelry box is another genuine inlaid work made from various small pieces of differently colored wood. It was made from bits of wood found naturally on the Forest floor without any harm to the environment. Paint was not us... This Jewelry box is another genuine inlaid work made from various small pieces of differently colored wood. It was made from bits of wood found naturally on the Forest floor without any harm to the environment. Paint was not used to make this piece. All colors are obtained from the different types of wood that the Artist has used. Titled ‘Tucano do Peito Amarelo’ in my language (Portuguese) Please copy and paste this URL on your browser to see a video about the Artist. This video was by Globo TV, the biggest media network in Brazil. Unfortunately it is spoken in portuguese only, but you'll have a wonderful idea on how this piece was made. http://video.globo.com/Videos/Player/Noticias/0,,GIM598774-7823-OS+RESTOS+DA+FLORESTA+QUE+VIRAM+ARTE,00.html