Not everything that comes to the net, is fish

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“NEM  TUDO O QUE VEM À REDE, É PEIXE”

“Not everything that comes to the net, is fish” is an expression used in the Portuguese language to mention that, sometimes, not everything that happens is useful.

Here “not everything that comes to the cane is fish” … it can also be a boot, a bottle or a bag. Made for two people, who should remove piece by piece with their cane. Whenever a fish is taken, it returns to the ocean with its symbol upwards. At the end, wins whoever removes more garbage from the ocean!

It comes with a postcard (10 cm x 15 cm), which illustrates the portuguese expression and explains the meaning of it, both in portuguese and english. It can be framed.

Handmade in Portugal. Each product is unique.

MATERIALS:

Pine Wood.

Natural plant based – Wax Oil, EN 71.3 certified.

Cotton yard.

DIMENSIONS:

22 cm x 17 cm x 2,5 cm

PLEASE NOTE:

Should not be handled by children without adult supervision. Contains small parts.

All articles are handmade in wood. Therefore, may present slight variations when compared to the ones on the pictures.

Additional information

Weight 575 g

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