Hand-carved by the Ifugao in the mountains of Northern Luzon. Measures 12″ long and finished with a food-safe oil. Smooth and comfortable to hold, and made using a solid, durable Kamagong wood. Each spoon will vary slightly in wood grain and shape.
Woodcarving in the region dates back to the 1500’s. Home to the famous Banawe Rice Terraces, woodcarving was primarily used to make “bul-uls”, which served as protection/ritualistic objects connected to the rice harvesting cycle.
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