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Rattling Fish

Authentic Fair Trade Product. Ethically sourced and handmade in Cameroon.

$12.00

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Shake it up with another of our fun, handcrafted percussion instruments. This one is a hand-carved fish from Cameroon in West Africa. Inside are seeds of the African lily.

  • Wood, seeds
  • 8Lx2H inches
  • Made in Cameroon

UPC: 732919453355

SKU: 1201090

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    PrescraftPrescraft was founded as a craft cooperative in the early 1960s, and is now an official project of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, to benefit disadvantaged craftspeople. Read more.

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    • Great fun!
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      This rattle is great fun! It goes with me when I go to the pet stores to buy fish (I have three freshwater aquariums). We all have great fun celebrating when the new fish arrive, too. This past Sunday, it went to church with me. I also took my Kenya gourd rattle, but none on the songs needed that. I...

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  • Great fun!

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    This rattle is great fun! It goes with me when I go to the pet stores to buy fish (I have three freshwater aquariums). We all have great fun celebrating when the new fish arrive, too. This past Sunday, it went to church with me. I also took my Kenya gourd rattle, but none on the songs needed that. I did use the fish rattle from Cameroon. I also used them as props when I spoke about a special event at Ten Thousand Villages for church members. For me, worship is a celebration! My church does have many Ten Thousand Villages instruments, but folks are reluctant to use them. I just take my own.
    This little fish is just one of my instruments from Africa. I have also purchased several instruments for my son.

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