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Honestly Made African basket

Code: PP2053 £110.40 RRP £144 £92 ex. VAT
2 in stock
  • All items made across Africa using traditional materials and methods
  • Traditional sounds - shakers, drums, etc.
  • Contained in a Senegalese basket
  • Great in schools, for music therapy and more
  • Thirteen authentic instruments - contents may vary
  • Responsibly sourced
Product description×

Introducing the Percussion Plus Honestly Made African basket

The perfect tool for introducing traditional African sounds, this African basket contains thirteen traditional instruments contained in colourful woven Senegalese basket.

Each item has been lovingly handcrafted by local makers using sustainable materials. Many of these feature traditional decorations, patterns and attractive finishes.

This African basket is sourced using Fair trade principles. See below for more information about the Honestly Made range of musical instruments from Percussion Plus.

These items are musical instruments, not toys, and there may be small parts on or in some of them. Younger players should use them under supervision. Please note, contents may vary slightly.

A sensory experience

A mix of colours, sounds, and textures, this pack is a fantastic sensory experience. Great for use in schools, for music therapy and much more. Perform together, use them in workshops, or just let your class play!

The pack contents

This pack typically contains hosho maracas, co-co shaker, caxixi, m’bira thumb piano, small djembe drum, rakataks, monkeydrums, moroccan flute, gourd shaker and juju raffia shaker, all contained in a Senegalese basket.


 

Percussion Plus Honestly Made products are manufactured in independent family workshops that are too small to join Fair Trade groups or are located in countries that do not have such organisations. These suppliers and their subsidiaries all follow Fair trade principles which include:

  • Agreeing a fair price Use of recycled materials
  • Paying significant amounts upfront
  • Being loyal and reasonable in all dealings
  • Prioritising smaller suppliers over large factories
  • Manufacturing methods that do not damage the environment