A nod to vintage pangcah bamboo water bottle: a tube with one thread woven handle. Features an ordinary bamboo closure with minimalist form. A light-weighted, detachable and adjustable Kamaro’an woven strap is included. Also available in black.
Materials | Italian Vegetable Tanned Leather (Pelle Conciata al Vegetale in Toscana)
Dimensions | 30 x Ø 12 cm
ー Handwoven in Taiwan ー
＊Made of vegetable tanned leather, it is proceed by completely natural ingredients. The leathers used come from Italian tanneries, working with respect to traditional leather tanning techniques. Buttero leather from Conceria Walpier is used for this item.
＊Conceria Walpier is one of the tanning factories in Pelle al Vegetale, they strictly follow sustainable rules and produce very fine quality veg tan leather.
＊A certification card is included for each product.
＊Veg tan leather goes darker and evolve with daily use, it records all using histories, and it grows older with time.
Inspired by Taiwanese indigenous culture, Kamaro’an explores pure craftsmanship through clean design.
The name Kamaro’an originates from pangcah, it means “the place to live”. Pangcah is one of an indigenous ethnic in Taiwan.
Each of their products is handwoven in our studio by indigenous craftsman.
Kamaro’an appreciate the handcrafts of everyday objects that reflect pangcah’s way of living in harmony with nature. The designer duo is obsessed with the non-fancy but practical weaving technique that accomplishes daily needs.
Kamaro’an celebrates the uniqueness, timelessness and precision that hands can bring to life.