Designed by a talented artisan in Vietnam, an engineer -turned-artist. He works with recycled metal scraps like bicycle chains, nuts, bolts and washers and transforms them into wonderful sculptures inspired by nature.
This finely-carved sculpture in the shape of a nose and mouth neatly holds your eyeglasses or sunglasses. Made of sustainable Shesham wood. The glasses rest on the “nose” and they are secured in place behind the sculpture. This is a unique and practical gift for anyone, but it's especially great for dad or the person who is hard to shop for!
This product is made by HSSS, a non-profit organization that works for the uplifting and development of underprivileged artisans. The group is composed mainly of male artisans, both Hindu and Muslim, who suffer educational, training, and health related issues.
Size: 2 1/2" × 2 1/2" × 6"
Learn more aboutMatr Boomie and the artisans who made this product.
If you look closely, you'll notice the tiny elephant sitting inside the large one in our Double Carved Elephant (Second photo shows the smaller elephant, figure comes like the first/main photo with smaller elephant covered). This traditional carving is skillfully done by hand from one piece of stone. The raised trunk is a symbol for good luck.
Material: Gorara stone
Size: 4 in. l x 1 1/2 in. w x 3 1/4 in. h.
Beautiful oceanic blue telephone wire is skillfully woven into a round bowl with base. Handmade in South Africa.
Size: 8" wide, 3.5" deep
** Learn more about Bridge for Africa and the artisans who made this product.