Let your minis make some noise!
Traditionally named caxixi (ca-she-she), they are usually played in pairs. Vibrant, fun percussion instruments which produce a range of sounds depending on how they are played.
The shakers are hand woven from elephant reed harvested from rich flood plains in the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana. They have a gourd base and are filled with small pebbles.
When shaken and rotated the caxixi makes a mixture of soft and sharp percussive sounds. It is typically played upright, using a sharp up-and-down motion so the pebbles strike the hard base.
Approximate dimensions: Small - 7cm D x 15cm H; Large 9cm D x 20cm H
Please note this product is a traditional instrument not a toy. Due to small parts inside it is not suitable for children under 3 years without supervision. Colours vary.
Country of origin: Ghana
Due to the nature of handcrafted products by small business artisans, stock is limited and variations may occur.