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  • Rs.578

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 4 x 12.5 x 12.5
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 130 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.309

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 6 x 6.5 x10
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 75 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.155

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 5.5 x 5.5 x 18
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 100 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.1,349

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 16 x 22 x 10
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 770 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.193

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 6 x 6 x 12
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 100 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.208

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 7.3 x 7.3 x 12
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 120 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.867

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 13 X 9 X 15
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 130 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.771

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 7 x 7 x 15.5
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 100 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

     

    In Stock

  • Rs.224

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 9.5 x 9.5 x 13
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 160 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.1,542

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 19 x 7.5 x 18.5
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 250 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.386

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 7 x 7 x 10
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 100 Grams
    • legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • The Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.289

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 6 x 15.5 x 5
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 109 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

     

    In Stock

  • Rs.424

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 7 x 13 x 25
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 150 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock

  • Rs.1,060

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 17 x 17 x 95
    Product Origin  Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 550 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    Out of stock

  • Rs.707

    The Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) has given Geographical Indication (GI) tag to the traditional Etikoppaka toys (Etikoppaka Bommalu) of Andhra Pradesh. These traditional toys are made by artisans in Etikoppaka village located on banks of river Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of the state.

    Craft Type Etikoppaka toys
    Dimensions(In Inches) 14 x 14 x 45
    Product Origin Etikoppaka (Vishakhapatnam)
    Material Soft wood and lacquer color
    Weight 150 Grams
    • The legacy of toy making in Etikoppaka is believed to have originated during the early 18th Century.
    • In a world polluted by plastic toys, the non-toxic vegetable dyes of the Etikoppka offers an alternative.
    • Using a soft wood, these products are then fashioned to perfection with objectives varying from beads and earning to candle stands and vermillion boxes.
    • One of the biggest advantages and unique things about Etikoppaka toys was that they were well rounded and made using natural dye colours. This makes them safe for kids.

    In Stock


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