Spreader Knife Fork

Taller de Rodriguez

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Story

Native spreaders and skewers.

The blade of this set is made with disused metals.

The encabados (handle) are also made from recovered materials, in this case from nature, deer tumbling/flipping antlers from in the area.

During the spring male deer naturally lose their antlers, which is called "flipping". At that time, the harvest takes place respecting the cycles of nature.

An ideal set to accompany your "picadas" as we say in Argentina making your table decor beautiful and unique.

May be ordered separately or together. 

Impact
  • Handmade

  • Eco-Materials

  • Sustainable

  • Heritage Craft

  • Woman Led

Item quantity:
Category: Table
Origin: Argentina
Composition: Recovered Metals 30% recovered deer antler 70%
Dimensions: Length 14 Centimeter
Ships from: Argentina
Item Sku: TDR_PinchoUntador_03-Taller de Rodriguez
After washing them clean them and dry with a towel.

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