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Kukulkan Strainer

Kukulkan Strainer

39.00

29 in stock (can be backordered)

Kukulkan Strainer from the 2018 collection is designed and produced by Bottesi in Madrid. Kukulkan was the name of the Mayan snake deity.  The feathered serpent also known as Quetzalcoatl in Aztec mythology has many stories surrounding his origin and role in the world.  One story remains constant, born a man then turned snake and finally after much hardship, plumed into a feathered serpent capable of changing the winds and quaking the earth.  Almost always depicted as biting his own tail.

  The depiction of the Feathered Serpent is present in other cultures of Mesoamerica as well. Kukulkan that bites his tail has a clear likeness to Egyptian iconography for the Ouroboros, another ancient symbol present in Bottesi Symbolism.

The handle is made with two Mayan glyphs.  The meaning of these glyphs is another secret of the Bottesi symbolism.

With it’s intricate design, multiple holes and closed loop spring this strainer is entrancing, durable and practical for straining ice and fruit as you pour.

This is a 2018 collection item. Kukulkan will be available only during 2018.

113 gr.
1.5mm thick
No welds, one solid piece of stainless steel Aisi 304
Dishwasher safe.
This product is
subject to Bottesi policy. Once sold out, it won’t be produced again.
Product designed and produced by Bottesi in Madrid.

 

*Before Placing Your Order Please make sure you read all the conditions related to shipping in our Shipping Page. 

*FREE SHIPPING*

  Minimum purchases of 200€ qualify for Free Shipping via Correos.

  Minimum purchases of 300€ qualify for Free Shipping with Fedex.

 

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Kukulkan Strainer from the 2018 collection is designed and produced by Bottesi in Madrid. Kukulkan was the name of the Mayan snake deity.  The feathered serpent also known as Quetzalcoatl in Aztec mythology has many stories surrounding his origin and role in the world.  One story remains constant, born a man then turned snake and finally after much hardship, plumed into a feathered serpent capable of changing the winds and quaking the earth.  Almost always depicted as biting his own tail.

  The depiction of the Feathered Serpent is present in other cultures of Mesoamerica as well. Kukulkan that bites his tail has a clear likeness to Egyptian iconography for the Ouroboros, another ancient symbol present in Bottesi Symbolism.

The handle is made with two Mayan glyphs.  The meaning of these glyphs is another secret of the Bottesi symbolism.

With it’s intricate design, multiple holes and closed loop spring this strainer is entrancing, durable and practical for straining ice and fruit as you pour.

This is a 2018 collection item. Kukulkan will be available only during 2018.

113 gr.
1.5mm thick
No welds, one solid piece of stainless steel Aisi 304
Dishwasher safe.
This product is
subject to Bottesi policy. Once sold out, it won’t be produced again.
Product designed and produced by Bottesi in Madrid.

 

*Before Placing Your Order Please make sure you read all the conditions related to shipping in our Shipping Page. 

*FREE SHIPPING*

  Minimum purchases of 200€ qualify for Free Shipping via Correos.

  Minimum purchases of 300€ qualify for Free Shipping with Fedex.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 10.5 x 15 x 3 cm