Napkin holder carved from recovered horn, a long and laborious process from which an elegant translucent object is obtained with a particular combination of natural colors between black and amber. Ideal to accompany the presentation of the table.
Caution: It is suggested to dust with a dry to slightly damp cloth.
About the artisan techniqueHorn carving was introduced in the Viceroyalty in Mexico and has been perfected over time by the Mayans. Today it is recognized worldwide, typical of Yucatan, which uses only recovered material.