Honestly Made Mini clay painted ocarina

Code: PP624 £4.80 RRP £6 £4 ex. VAT
50+ in stock
  • Part of the Honestly Made range of musical instruments, produced ethically in developing nations
  • Hand-crafted in Peru using traditional materials and methods
  • Mellow, recorder-like tone
  • Featuring beautiful, hand-painted decorations
  • Perfect for young players
  • Sourced using fair trade principles
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Introducing the Percussion Plus Honestly Made Mini clay painted ocarina

These mini ocarinas from Peru are made from fired clay and feature beautiful, hand-painted decorations in a traditional style. Ocarinas produce a mellow, recorder-like sound and are lots of fun to learn. The attached string sling makes these perfect for young players in the classroom.

Ocarinas are among the oldest instruments known to man and were thought to originally be played by the Aztecs and Mayans. Tuned diatonically, this 6-hole ocarina features 4 holes on the top and two on the bottom and is played with the ring finger, index finger and thumb of both hands.

These fired clay Ocarinas from Peru are 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.

Natural fired clay

Sourced from Peru, each ocarina is made by hand from clay which are the fired to set their shape. They are finished with highly detailed, hand-painted decorations so each ocarina is unique in shape and colour.


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