This is a wonderful Vintage Hand-Crafted African Sistrum Rattle that is is made of Strong Wood,Reed, Metal Wire, and Recycled Metal Bottle Caps. This rattle creates a mellow tambourine like sound. Made by a Kamba craftsman and used in village festivals. This is a fun and wonderful instrument to share with the entire family. This would be a great gift or to add to your collection.
This is in good condition. SIZES WILL VARY
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Returns are welcome after 3 days, please contact me upon arrival of package, and shipped within 7 days. They must be returned in the same condition that they were purchased in. Shipping is the responsibility of you the buyer. A full refund will be given when the arrives in the same condition as purchased. All international orders will not be refunded if lost, unless the buyer has purchased a signature and or insurance. We assume all responsibility on lost items sold within the United States.
May 7, 2019
A stunning item, a mix of invention with a rustic charm re use of materials, function and aesthetic..most delighted with my purchase. Very well packaged....as seen in the photograph..kind and attentive vendors.
Jan 30, 2018
Dec 9, 2017
Great Rattle/piece of African art! Well constructed too. Thx.
May 27, 2017