INDIGENOUS OAR FROM BRAZILIAN TRIBE
Indigenous people are incredibly talented in handcrafting tools and artifacts for their daily use. Not only these objects have a purpose, but they are highly decorated in beautiful patterns, handpainted with ingredients from nature.
This oar is a wonderful example. Made by an indigenous Brazilian tribe called “Mehinako”, they are used by men during fishing trips and also represent one of the tribe’s beliefs: the further you go, the more you conquer.
The piece looks great hanging on the wall and would bring real charm for a ethnic and boho style interior design.