The Inuit are an indigenous people of the Artic regions of North America. They adapted to the extreme climatic conditions by utilising their essential skills of hunting, trapping and creating fur clothing which allowed them to survive and thrive in the freezing cold temperatures. Agriculture was never possible in the millions of square kilometres of icy land, therefore hunting became the core of the culture and history of the Inuit.
These amazing handcrafted figures are a beautiful, hands on way for children to learn all about the rich culture, stories and history of the Inuit people.
Each figure has been intricately and skilfully carved in wood, then carefully sanded by hand, so there are no sharp edges. They are then beautifully painted by hand and coated in a top layer of olive oil and beeswax to protect them.
Heart warming, eco toys that will last for a long, long time. Like any other values that are passed on from generation to generation, responsibly made toys can become excellent play partners for both our children and their children. As such, Noelino wooden toys pass the test of time and captivate the little ones, and their children.
Simple, quality toys are the best companion for your child's imagination.
Each set comes with two wooden Eskimo figures, wooden pole and three wooden fish.
Measurements: L: cm x H: cm x W: cm
Age Guide & Safety: Recommended for 3 years+. We always advise that toys be checked prior to play and recommend adult supervision during playtime. Not suitable for children 3 years and over who still have a tendency to put things in their mouth.