Not all dried cocoa seeds are destined to become chocolate, some, when polished reveal a gorgeous dark brown finish.
The ?donkey eye? is the seed of the mucuna tree which is not known to be edible. The dried seeds are hard and are naturally range from light to dark brown in colour.
Branches from various species of palm naturally form unique flat or fringed shapes when dried.
Durable and lightweight plastic is obtained and upcycled from discarded plastic-based materials otherwise destined for landfills or improper disposal in the environment.
Shak Shak Pod & Seeds
The dried and hardened pods of the flamboyant tree make the sound of the percussion maraca or rattle instrument. These instruments are locally called "shak shak", hence the term being used for these flamboyant pods.
These hard, dark brown seeds are obtained from the leguminous Tamarind tree after the edible pulp has been removed for use in local drinks and confectioneries.
Discarded pieces of wood are given new purpose when retrieved from heaps of construction waste.
Unique pieces of vinyl are obtained from various promotional banners of local events and become one less source of non-biodegradable waste.
Most of our raw materials are uniquely crafted to perfection by nature, resulting in handmade products that are all one-of-a-kind. Two pieces of the same model, therefore, may fit within the model description but would each have its own distinct differences.