Decorated by hand-crafted epoxy resin, this tepi (blow pipe) is made of pyrography (burned) deer bone. It comes from the Kaxinawa tribe (Huni Kuin), Tarauaca-Acre Brasil. The materials are chosen especially for transmitting the power and the healing energy of the animal spirits. It also carries beaded chaquira materials and the healing properties of quartz crystal.
These animals were hunted by the indigenous people for alimentary purposes. Afterwards all the other parts are used in craftworks by the community.