Beautiful Wood Carve Tagua. Totally handcrafted by skilled South American Native Population of the Nivacle tribe from Paraguay.
Each figure is carved delicately and embellished with a wood burning tecnique.
This tecnique was introduced to the Tribe in the times of the Jesuitic Mission.
The wood used for the making of these animals are called Timbo, a tree from the Paraguayan Jungle.
Each animal has a very special meaning in the Native Paraguayan Culture.
It is 7.5 inches tall and 3 inches wide.
The tagua means adaptability in Native Nivacle Culture.
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