This hand painted wooden Japanese block family introduces Japanese culture and the concept of family. The father measures 9cm, and is made from sustainably sourced timber. The mother wears a Kimono and the father wears a suit.
Kutchi dolls are created with cotton, small cuttings of fabric and an assortment of colourful beads and mirror. Only scissors, needle and thread are used to create these beautiful and intricate dolls. The clothes of the Kutchi dolls model those worn by the villagers.
A simple 6 piece wooden puzzle from the Children of the World Tuzzles range. The puzzle depicts an Indian girl, wearing a traditional Sari, with a bindi on her forehead and holding her hands together in a prayer position.
A sherwani is a long garment which resembles an Achkan and it is very popular among men in South-Asia. It is famous as a wedding outfit. A sherwani signifies the rich traditional fashion style of India as it is a traditional outfit of Indian men. It signifies elegance and style.
Lanterns are widely used in China, in particular during celebrations and festivals. Celebrated on the 15th day of the first Chinese lunar month, the Lantern Festival traditionally marks the end of the Chinese New Year Spring Festival period. It’s Friday, March 2 in 2018.
Koinobori wind socks are made by drawing carp patterns on paper, cloth or other nonwoven fabric. They are then allowed to flutter in the wind.
The decorative headdress of the Hani or Akha people are decorated by their owner and each is unique. Silver coins, monkey fur, and dyed chicken feathers are just a few of the things that might decorate the headdress.
A simple 6 piece wooden puzzle from the Children of the World Tuzzles range. The puzzle depicts a Chinese child, wearing a traditional Tangzhuang shirt and holding a lantern.