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Handmade traditional channapatna wooden toy from Andhra Pradesh. This toy is hand painted with natural dyes. Colors are obtained naturally Yellow colour from turmeric, Red colour kum-kum base, Green colour vegetable leaf dye, Orange colour from Saffron dye. This product is a lacware craft which is made of lac, a naturally available resin. It is non-toxic and chemical free and safe for children. Good play item for kids and nice for gifting or house decoration.
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Channapatna toys are a particular form of wooden toys (and dolls) that are manufactured in the town of Channapatna in the Ramanagara district of Karnataka state, India. As a result of the popularity of these toys, Channapatna is known as Gombegala Ooru (toy-town) of Karnataka. The craft has diversified over time, For nearly two centuries, ivory-wood was the main wood used in the making of these toys, though rosewood and sandalwood were also occasionally used. other woods - including rubber, sycamore, cedar, pine and teak are now used as well. Manufacturing stages include procuring the wood, seasoning the wood, cutting the wood into the desired shapes, pruning and carving the toys, applying the colours and finally polishing the finished product. Vegetable dyes are used in the colouring process to ensure that the toys and dolls are safe for use by children.
Channapatna Toys are a special type of wooden toys and dolls produced by the city of Channapatna in the Ramanagar region of Karnataka, India. The origins of Channapatna toys date back to the time of Tipu Sultan, the historical ruler of Mysore. He is known to have been an ardent admirer of the arts, especially carpentry. Channapatna toys add a modern touch to your environment by adorning your home's décor and décor. Flexible shapes and dazzling colors add variety to these wood carvings and carvings. The hanging pieces of wood give the buyer's home an ancient feel. This toy is great entertainment for kids while they play.
Channapatna toy is a special form of wooden toys and dolls manufactured in Channapatna town in Ramanagara district of Karnataka state, India. This traditional craft is protected by the World Trade Organization as a geographical indication, managed by the government of Karnataka.