Wooden Kuripe Fibonacci
Leonardo Fibonacci was a mathematician from Italy during the late 12th and early 13th centuries, credited for writing the Book of Abacus, originally called Liber abaci, the first book that collected and explained a compilation of Indian and Arabian mathematical principles and was the first introduction Europeans had to the Hindu-Arabic numerals.
The Fibonacci Sequence is also associated with his figure and his contributions to modern number theory. The numeric sequence follows: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55 – each number equals the sum of the two numbers that come just before it. This sequence was used, then, to create something called The Golden Ratio, which is a circular design that follows visually appealing proportions and is a common pattern in architecture, graphic design, and art.
The curving of the Golden Ratio is the main visual aspect of this gorgeous kuripe’s composition, setting the right proportions for its flowing spikes that give it its charm and uniqueness. Now isn’t that cool?!
More About Wooden Kuripe Fibonacci
Kuripe pipes are V-shaped applicators used for personal intake of different rapé blends, with one end meant to be placed into the nostril, and the other to be pressed over the mouth so that the snuff can be blown into the body’s airways.
These pipes have been a part of countless native peoples’ customs and rituals for several decades now, and all variants offered by Sacred Connections are handmade and present original designs with perfect usability.
Our Bali Hardwood Kuripe Line is created by expert craftsman hands and made with prime hardwood sourced straight from Bali, uniting Amazonian culture and Balinese spirit into a collection of beautiful and unique products.