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Considered by author Andrea DiNoto "a Pop Art treasure" this Polyethylene plastic pitcher was made in Brazil by Trol in the 1960s and reissued shortly in 1992 from the same molds. The origin of the design is uncertain, probably american. It is considered an icon of plastics kitsch in Brazil.

Pitanga (Surinam cherry, Brazilian cherry, Cayenne cherry) is a small fruit native to tropical regions in the Americas.

I don't know what this fruit is, but the seed-type thing that grows on it and looks like a large bean (or a cat turd, according to my sister-in-law) is the case of our beloved cashew nuts!