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This set of 12 natural “teniques” were created with rock piling in mind. Based on the ancient Japanese game Tumi Ishi. Great for hand eye coordination, balance, strategy and creativity. Each stone is hand cut and all hand faceted so each one will be unique. Both Adults and children will enjoy this open ended toy, and for older kids/adults stacking them up high is more of a challenge then you'd think.
Special Note About Ocamora Wood Grains:
We don't want to surprise you. The toys are made from wood and wood is organic. Just as each tree is unique, so is each piece. What makes the wood interesting is the "flaws" it contains. For this reason, wood is not discarded for characteristics, and the flaws do not affect the structural integrity of the pieces. We hope you love it as much as we do.
Ocamora toys are made from wood and natural wood alone. Each tree in the forest is unique making each piece cut from these trees just as unique. What makes the wood interesting and gives it natural beauty is the "flaws” it may contain. For this reason, wood is not discarded for characteristics, and the flaws do not affect the structural integrity of the pieces. We hope you love the wood and appreciate its natural beauty as much as we do.
Ocamora is run by Gregorio and Laura, together they oversee the design, workshop and manufacture of handmade wooden toys. They use wood from sustainable forests, and the paints and oils they apply are ecological and vegetable-based, so their toys are 100% chemical and toxic free.
Their toys have no instructions, they are designed to let the imagination of your children take over ... They allow children of all ages to explore, play and learn, in a natural way. To discover the touch or the smell of the wood, the sensations that contribute to the natural elements, should be an option within reach of all boys and girls.
Each piece is cut, sanded and treated with much affection and enthusiasm, in a cottage on the outskirts of Cordoba (Andalusia), in a workshop surrounded by nature, orchards, bird song and children's laughter.