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May 04, 2011

Mother's Day Ivory Carving You Can Eat

Mother's day is commemorated on different days in many parts of the world. Here we celebrate Mother's day on the 8th of May. A special day to honor mothers and motherhood. We get together and treat our moms to a special dinner and also give nice greeting cards and little gifts of appreciation. It has become a tradition we observe every year we don't want to miss.  I went to downtown San Francisco where my mom lives to look for things I could buy for her. I saw so many things but did not find anything my mom would really like. I went to  Chinatown on Grant Avenue and got an idea to make instead. Something my mom and all the mothers at the party could enjoy without harming beautiful creatures in the wild. Something I could afford and organic to carve in my kitchen. It's a white chocolate carving of an ivory tusk with a garden motif for all of you to enjoy!

24 comments:

  1. What a beautiful gift. Good on you Arthur!

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  2. Dios bendito! que maravilla, te prohibo que nadie lo toque, no dejes que nadie le de un bocado, esta obra debería estar expuesta. Te superas cada día! MAESTRO!
    Un beso.

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  3. Miguel Ángel me parece bellisimo y además debe de estar mmmmmmm! que rico! Feliz día de la madre y feliz semana!

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  4. Oh MY..!! in Turkish language we would say to U: ellerine saglik, means may your hand bless with healthiness ... so you can make more other beautiful thing.. :)

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  5. I am speechless, outstanding work.
    Awesome present ♥

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  6. This is unbelievable, it's a master piece! WOW! Congratulations. And I'm glad it's not real ivory. We celebrated Mother's Day last sunday.

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  7. The art is in your hands, is so beautiful!!!

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  8. Your ability to carve is astounding, how could anyone eat that piece of art?

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  9. Una vez más me dejas boquiabierta. Eres un artistazo! Enhorabuena.

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  10. That is such a sweet post- you are REALLY talented and your Mom must be very proud!
    US Masala

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  11. Impresionante, cuanto tiempo te toma hacer algo así? esta precioso.

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  12. ARTUR ..que maravillas haces ..cada vez me dejas mas asombrada ...esa paella de verduras esta increiblemente buena ummmm bssss MARIMI

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  13. Awesome work. Nice honor to motherhood.

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  14. Io continuo a rimanere sbalordito dalle tue creazioni....e spero sempre in un passo passo! bravissimo

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  15. This is WONDERFUL!!.....no words...no comments...there are no words to describe what I am looking right now.....blessings to you and your Mother!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  16. What a stunning sculpture. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. What a beautiful gift and it is stunning. Diane

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  18. hi arthur, 2 thumbs up first for this incredible piece! simply breathtaking!! Your mother is so, so proud of you! are you going to bring this just like that to the party? be careful, i tell you. all the mothers there at the party will go wild and crazy over this, beware of hijacking too! this is really so precious!!

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  19. Is the most beauty thing I seen in many times, look amazin , send hugggs to your Mom, you are a wonderful son! gloria

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  20. Lucky mom! That is sensational. I can just imagine the gasps of delight when this beautiful object was revealed, and even more gasps when they realised it was chocolate!

    You amaze me!

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  21. OMG! That's beautiful! And perfect! How do you do it? You're so talented! Happy Mother's Day to your mom!

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  22. Stunning Arthur, truly beautiful!

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  23. This chocolate sculpture is utterly astounding. I have never seen anything remotely like it. I am stunned! How beautiful.

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