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Andean Pottery Bird Warbler

Andean Pottery Bird Warbler

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Music has always been an important part of Andean culture. Percussion instruments and wind flutes as old as 3,000 years have been found in the modern-day Andean countries of Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador and Argentina. 

These Andean Bird Warblers are made of terra cotta clay. They are fired in an oven and then decorated by hand as was the custom for centuries by the original Andean native people. 

To make the "warbling" sound, pour water into the large hole on tope of the bird until it is about 3/4 full. Don't fill to the top. Then blow into the opening at the top of the bird's tail, being careful not to cover the round hole on the side of the tail. 

  • Made of terra cotta clay
  • Hand-painted in assorted colors
  • About 3" tall
  • Includes playing instructions
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