Distinctive Multicolored Andean Panflute
  • fair trade pan flute
  • Ten Thousand Villages

Distinctive Multicolored Andean Panflute

$12.99

Ten Thousand Villages helped pioneer the concept of fair trade in the United States. They work with hundreds of artisans in several countries and we are happy to have them here on Artizan Made. We are an affiliate seller for them and when you click on the “Shop Now” button, you will go to their site where you can explore all of their beautiful products.

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Panpipes are sets of graduated flutes joined together in a bunch shape. The sound is produced by blowing across the top of the holes. According to legend, the ancient Greek god Pan was in love with a nymph who was turned into a reed by another deity. Pan played upon this reed for consolation. Panpipes have been known for over 2,000 years. Their distinctive sound is heard in much South American folk music.

Impress your favorite musician with this mythical instrument.

  • 6Lx4W inches
  • Made in Peru

Our mission: We create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.

Our vision: One day all artisans in developing countries will earn a fair wage, be treated with dignity and respect, and be able to live a life of quality.

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Our mission: We create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.

Our vision: One day all artisans in developing countries will earn a fair wage, be treated with dignity and respect, and be able to live a life of quality.

 

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