Cooking Utensils made by an Ifugao carver in the mountains of Banaue, Northern Luzon, using Ipil-Ipil, a tropical rainforest wood with a beautiful orange hue.
Woodcarving in the Ifugao region dates back to the 1500s. Home to the famous Banaue Rice Terraces, woodcarving was primarily used to make “bul-uls” (wooden figures used to guard rice crops), or other ritualistic objects connected to the rice harvesting cycle.
Cooking Spoons and Spatulas measure 12″. Also available is the 13″ Long Stirring Spoon (Wavy), made especially for mixing juices in pitchers or tall glasses.
A portion of proceeds goes to Ancan's chosen partner organization.