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Tsunami Wood, Beautiful Handmade Wooden Candelabra 2 Candlestick Candle holder with Iron Base, Rustic Hand Welded Candleholder Modern Chile The base is made from rescued driftwood washed up after the Tsunami which hit constitucion in 2010. The base is deep red due to the natural colour of the wood of the native chilean rauli beech tree. Handmade in Chile using ethically and sustainably sourced would found in the Maule Region of Chile. This Candelabra has a hand welded recaimed iron base. --About Imagina Natural-- We select the best materials and products from Chile and especially from Constitucion and the Maule region. Providing the world access to these special products normally only enjoyed by locals. These products come from the heart of Chile often handmade or hand processed showing the care and devotion to producing good finished products.

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IRIS data used to win Gold Medal in Science Fair!

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IRIS Statement on Racism in Geoscience

We at IRIS join our colleagues from across the country and around the globe in unequivocally denouncing racism. BLACK LIVES MATTER. We also know that racism is persistent in STEM and that there are systemic inequalities in academia and particularly in the geosciences. AMBF WE10S6TX4S-15 Standard String Wound Polypropylene Media 10

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