Arapaima letter opener | Bronze & Silver

Regular price$119.00
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The Arapaima is a freshwater fish found mainly in south America. It’s one of the largest freshwater fish in the world. It can get up to 10 feet and weigh up to 440 pounds. It has scales so hard that piranhas cant even bite through them. It’s basically the fish equivalent of a large armored tank.

We’ve used the Arapaima as the model for this brass and silver letter opener. This complex handcrafted piece has serrated fins that aid in the opening of letters as well as other paper cutting purposes. It’s both a useful functioning letter opener, and a unique and collectible piece of art.

 

Material: Bronze & Silver          

Length: 5.95inches / 151.1mm     

Height :0.85inches / 21.7mm     

Weight: 4.3 ounces / 122.4g      

Country / Region
Delivery Time
US 3-5 Business Days
Canada 5-8 Business Days
Australia 10-15 Business Days
UK 3-5 Business Days
Germany 1-2 Business Days
EU 8-15 Business Days
Asia 8-10 Business Days
Other Countries 15-20 Business Days

**Each of our pieces are handmade, we will send them out from our Asian studio when the local warehouses are out of stock. Any questions,please feel free to contact us at any time.

Each piece of COPPERTIST.WU is made of A-grade fine brass, copper, bronze, silver etc. In addition, we also provide custom service by precious material.

Compared to other metals, copper has an interesting and fascinating chemical effect over time, as it created a close relationship between the environment and the user. We also developed a unique handmade aging process, so that each piece of copper artwork has its own unique attributes.

Accessories, made of copper, do not require special maintenance during used period, just need to keep it in a dry place and stay away from acid detergent, salt cleaner and various oil, chloride and other chemical materials, which will cause corrosion on the surface of the product. Avoiding to use cleaning tools to prevent surface scratches. The maintenance methods of 925 sterling silver are same as above. You can also use a silver wiping cloth or OPI to polish the surface regularly to keep it as the original one.


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