Eco-friendly Wooden Stacking Rings for kids - Etikoppaka Handicraft

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Etikoppaka

With a deep admiration for all things handmade, Artsytribe believes in the heart wrenching narratives offered by the artisans of Etikoppaka. Through their timeless wooden articles, these ardent craftsmen have come to strongly define the Telugu contribution towards the Indian arts and crafts. What sets Etikoppaka apart from mimicking plastic toys is the seamless application of natural dyes over smoothened wood surfaces ian almost magical fashion. Without employing non-toxic chemicals, this stacking toy looks out for the little ones who enjoy it.

  • Handmade by Etikoppaka Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight lacquered wooden toys 
  • Cash-on-delivery payment option available
  • Delivered within 7-days of online purchase
  • Free shipping for purchases above Rs.2500

Rs. 199.00
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Rs. 199.00

With a deep admiration for all things handmade, Artsytribe believes in the heart wrenching narratives offered by the artisans of Etikoppaka. Through their timeless wooden articles, these ardent craftsmen have come to strongly define the Telugu contribution towards the Indian arts and crafts. What sets Etikoppaka apart from mimicking plastic toys is the seamless application of natural dyes over smoothened wood surfaces in almost magical fashion. Without employing non-toxic chemicals, this stacking toy looks out for the little ones who enjoy it.

With an unmistakable shine on finished product, this Etikoppaka toy becomes your toddler's perfect companion, keeping them close to humble Indian crafts from an impressionable age. The inviting colour palette captures their attentions, making it fun and memorable. This fun activity develops visual acuity skills in young children, encouraging them to sharpen their senses while having fun.

Lacquering and woodworking have undergone a glorious evolution to arrive at today. Facing impending challenges along the way, the skilful artisan families pursuing this great practice have been dwindling in numbers. Owing to transient landscapes in modern economy, the time and work these artisans put into their toys often goes unnoticed. However, with no modern equivalent to their stunning creations, Etikoppaka still retains its past glory. With a few surviving communities, the artform thrives on the banks of the river Varaha, where the young and the old live and breathe art.