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POSSIBILITY

The creativity and diversity of the Brazilian people enable us to produce a variety of utilitarian and decorative products, in a more personalized form. Thus, if you have any ideas/projects regarding sizes, colors, or any other possibilities don’t hesitate to call us. We can gladly help you in achieving your thoughts to move forward with your project.


Raw materials used by our craftsmen:

Fibers, Straw, Leaves and hot wires extracted directly from nature. Fabrics, Prints and Patchwork. Synthetics, Plastics and Resins. Certified or Reclaimed Wood. Molded and painted Glass work. Clay, Simple and High-Temperature Ceramics. Leather, Fish Leather and other Animal Products. Natural or Recycled Paper. Huge diversity of Stones.



May 21, 2014 (Wednesday)

Wood

Wood is another raw material that our artisans use to produce a huge variety of products. These products range from home decorations, jewelry boxes, mirrors, picture frames and many more. …

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May 20, 2014 (Tuesday)

Fibers - Straw - Leaves

Using fiber, leaves and straw as the raw materials supplied by our mother nature, the Brazilian Artisan is able to produce incredible pieces of art. One example are the dolls…

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May 20, 2014 (Tuesday)

Stones

Our skilled artisans are able to make beautiful coasters of many different materials. The materials used range from natural stones, soapstones, fabric, as well as glass coasters.  This is one…

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May 20, 2014 (Tuesday)

Natural and Recycled Paper

The recycled and natural paper is another product that emerged from the creativity of our skilled artisans. These products are used in many different ways such as home decorations as…

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May 19, 2014 (Monday)

Animal Leather

With the creativity of the Brazilian Craftsmen together with our support center that flourished some of our greatest ideas.   Accessories such as wallets and purses made of fish leather…

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May 16, 2014 (Friday)

Ceramic

In Brazil our Salad Bowl (DSD027) also functions as a bathroom sink. Now you may be wondering materially wise if it has the same strenght as the salad bowl.  …

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249 Monroe Street - Passaic - New Jersey, Phone: (973) 365 5800