• Here you will find beautiful objects hand-carved in native woods that we have classified into 2 ranges or scales. The one with copper colors that includes the objects in Raulí (Nothofagus alpina), Oak, Pellín or Huaye (Nothofagus obliqua), Lingue (Persea lingue) and Chestnut (Castanea sativa). They have red, reddish and pink tints, dark tones, opaque shine, generally marked textures and veins. On the other hand, the gold range includes objects in Laurel (Laurelia sempervirens) and Poplar (Populus nigra) and are in light tones, with yellow, greenish, light brown tints, pale shine and more homogeneous textures.

  • Woods for culinary use:

    Wash normally after use with warm water and dish detergent. You don't need to dry them with a cloth. From time to time you can wipe them with a cotton ball with edible oil to hydrate the wood if it seems a little dry. Generally the same use with food and washing keeps it sufficiently moist.

  • Woods for decorative and utilitarian objects:

    To maintain your wooden objects, simply shake off the dust and avoid prolonged exposure to direct sun or intense humidity. But if you ever notice that they have lost their natural vigor, shine or opacity, there are different solutions on the market for this. There are spray sealants with different glossy or matte finishes, natural varnishes, colorless wax, linseed oil or special cleaning products for wood. Whichever you choose, always be sure to test the product on a small area first to see how the material reacts. Remember that he is alive!

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