Baaahrambambam! A little drum telling a story of love. High up in the Bolivian Andes mountains, these drums are crafted by a loving family by making a treasure from their trash: Made from recycled tubes and sheep leather, they represent a special moment for Aymara families. The large red and white drum (tambor) is the first instrument that kids will learn how to play in this family. When the moment is there to buy this exciting gift, the whole family gathers for a trip to the market to choose that one special drum. The family set up this project and following its success this artisanal family was able to send their children to university, one by one. Deck your festive tree with these adorable drums and share the story of this family with yours.
The Aymara highland people make sure to consume and use all individual pieces of the sheep from which the leather is derived.