GARRUCHO

Hangers made with recovered bronze karabiners knotted to ropes of hemp.  

Hand rigged, a series of cringles are used from different sails and with coloured thread.

Each piece can be personalised by modifying the length, width and number of cringles, on order.

Consult exclusive editions available.

 

GARRUCHO

Cringle. Def.: "Bronze karabiners placed on the genoas or jibs by means of eyelet holes that are used to bend the sails in the forestay; they are commonly called cringles”