This beautiful kuripe was made at the Ararunart studio in Maranhão, Arara Una is a black macaw in the Tupi language. Made of fired bamboo and finished with plastic putty. As a result we have beautiful work done in female strength, and with a great breath. It can also be carried as a necklace, ensuring greater practicality
Kuripe Ararunart Feather
We currently offering two shipping options for UK, EU and non EU countries: 1st Class Standard (non tracked, non signed)) and Tracked Signed Service. If you want your order trackable please choose the Traked Service. If you want your order next day delivery please get in touch by phone (faster) or email (order has to be placed Monday to Thursday for that).
Rapé 10g and 20g, Sananga, some kuripe aplicators are packed as a large letter and arrive through a letter box. Bigger itiems arrive as a little or medium parcel.
Shipping cost may vary depending on weight of the parcel. The shop will calculate the weight and show you the shipping price at the checkout. Minimum shipping charge is £4.
It takes up to 24 Hours to process you order and get it ready for shipping. Please keep it in mind when ordering. Also please keep in mind that weekends are not business days when shipping.
UK Tracked 1-2 business days shipping is for business days only normally Monday to Friday. But if you ordering Thursday and we shipping it Friday there is no guarantee that it will be 1-2 Business days delivery due to the weekend. An additional charge applies for orders to be delivered Saturdays £5.50 extra to the shipping cost if you want it to be delivered as quick as during weekdays. Please get in touch if you need fast delivery during the weekend for this to be organaised (additional charges apply).
The kuripe is a V-shaped tool used for self-applying, which provides a connection between one's mouth and nose. It is an instrument used to apply the Sacred Medicine known as Snuff. Made from Ash and various Amazonian medicinal plants, mapacho, trees, leaves, seeds and other ingredients. There are different types of snuff, being made by various indigenous tribes, such as: Apurinã, Yawanawa, Kuntanawa, Huni Kuin, Nukini, among other caboclo ethnic groups. This medicine is used for various purposes, including medicinal and ceremonial.