The word 'Omama' in Yanomami culture holds deep significance as the creator responsible for the land, forest, wind, and rivers, and the provider of life. In the veins and whorls of the wood, there's a silent language spoken, a narrative of the forest. Each bowl, each board, each utensil, carries within it the essence of the Amazon, fashioned not just for use but to awaken a connection, to stir a guardianship for the earth. These pieces are a testament to what is possible when we align our needs with the health of our planet — sustainable, beautiful, and filled with purpose.

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