Bracelets and rings, usually made with coconut (especially green and ripe tucumã, in addition to inajá) are traditional adornments that have acquired in the hands of the young Paiter diverse and very creative shapes.
TUCUMÃ: it is a palm tree that can measure up to 15 meters, usually solitary, with stipe with bands of black thorns, rising leaves, erect inflorescence and yellow fruits with reddish tones.
The green tucumã is used for the manufacture of the white ring, the almost ripe brown and black are the ones that are ripe.
HISTORY: Paiter Surui handicrafts are of great cultural importance, generally those who had more handicrafts on their bodies, the more important it was, being also admired. For the ornaments represented the riches of that time.
Simple tucumã ring
The green tucumã is used to make the white ring, the almost ripe brown and the black are the ones that are ripe