Artistic and calming sound making Wind Chime (Etikoppaka Toys)

Material: Wood

Craft: Etikoppaka Toys

Place: Kondapalli, India

Color: Vegetable Colors (Green, Blue, Yellow, and Pink)

Measurements: Height 40" , Width: 8"

Product weight: 800 Grams

Special Attention: Handcrafted Village Craft

Product Care: Wipe with a soft cloth.

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Expected Delivery Date Within USA Dec 12th-Dec 22nd

Expected Delivery Date Outside USA Dec 22nd-Dec 29th

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This colorful Etikoppaka wooden wind chime comes with small beads and bells in multi-color made with natural dyes and colors. It is an age-old skill specific to the village Koppaka on the Eru (River Varaha). The wind chime can be placed indoors or outdoor for a soothing relaxing sound. Wind chimes are made of soft Ankudu or Reppali Koyya wood as it is known locally.

This wood is soft and is preferred for its use in making wooden toys, stationery, and other ornamental wooden crafts. The toys and crafts are lacquered in safe vegetable and natural colors making them child friendly. The wind chimes have a smooth finish with rounded edges and are colored with safe vegetable colors and lacquer. The chimes are made by carving each piece in a precision method of turning the wood on a lathe to form various shapes and is then applied with lacquers to seal and give a vibrant color and attractive design. The chimes consist of various wooden parts of birds, bells, and balls that are strung together with a nylon thread. The chimes are attractive decor that can be displayed both indoor and outdoor.

The chimes can be wiped clean with a soft cloth when dust accumulates. Etikoppaka woodcraft has a GI tag for their art form. Approximately there are 200 people in the Etikoppaka region are artisans and manufacture these wooden lacquered crafts. All of the toys and crafts are made by rural artisans who have practiced the art for years in the same way that the craft has been passed down from one generation to the other. This craft is roughly 400 years old. They are traditionally known as Etikoppaka toys or Etikoppaka Bommalu. The toys are also called lacquer toys because of the colors used.  A beautiful gift for house-warming, Christmas, etc..

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