“Bring water in the beak” is portuguese expression used when an action raises suspicions.
The expression was originated in the maritime language, where beak means bow. When a ship sails with “water by the beak” means that it goes against the current, being more vulnerable to unpredictable and treacherous dangers …
Our birds (whose beaks are different from each other) are not dangerous … They are ideal for decorating a shelf or table.
All the articles come with a postcard 10 cm x 15 cm, which illustrates the Portuguese expression to which they refer and that can be framed.
Handmade in Portugal. Each product is unique.
Toucan (w / tail): 37 cm x 17.5 cm x 8 cm
Parrot (w / tail): 30 cm x 17.5 cm x 8 cm
Puffin (w/0 tail) : 20 cm x 17.5 cm x 8 cm