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by Taller Maya - Mexico

Tallo Decorative Spoon

Original price $55.00 - Original price $55.00
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$55.00 - $55.00
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This beautiful Tallo Decorative Spoon is made of exotic Tzalam wood and is hand carved by artisans from the Yucatan Peninsula.

Together with the Tallo Decorative Fork, this spoon makes for a beautiful addition to your kitchen, filling your home with natural elements and a warm aesthetic.

Madera Tzalam

10” x 2.36” x 0.66” (25cm x 6cm x 1.7cm)
Weight: 3.52oz (100g)


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If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • Wood carving, as well as stone carving, is another of the greatest artistic expressions of the ancient Maya.
  • Today Mayan artisans sustainably collect native wood from the jungle floor in the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve in Campeche.
  • For a long time they are allowed to dry so that later they can be worked and turned into unique pieces.
  • Taller Maya

    Taller Maya

    Taller Maya is a Mexican non-profit brand, established in 2002, following an initiative led by the Haciendas del Mundo Maya Foundation to preserve ancient Mayan heritage and support local artisans by creating opportunities for social and economic development through self-management and community participation.

    Taller Maya offers beautiful, handmade decor items from hammocks traditionally woven with waist looms to culturally rich jewelry pieces, all masterfully crafted by the social artisanal association in the rural communities of the Yucatan Peninsula. Read more
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