Music Gifts(149 items)
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Art at its Best
I purchased this magnificent piece of art for my brother-in-law who is a drummer and music instructor. He actually loves it. This was the second piece of art I purchased by this Artisan, and since then have purchased several more for other family members and friends.
Brings a smile to all
Joyous turtle is so aptly named! Brings a smile to all. I love the originality and the artistry of the painted surface. So creative! PLUS it makes music! A unique keepsake, so evocative of Bali and Java for the armchair traveller! PLUS i LOVED the special touches in Trisnas unique gift wrapping. So thoughtful and what a delight! The ribbon is a fantastical handcrafted creature made of some natural grass-like fiber. Thank you, Trisna!
This is very nice
The chimes are beautifully made and I loved the handwritten card that accompanied my order. The only thing that was disappointing was that I didnt realize the decoration is only on one side and there is no way to keep the chimes from moving so that you can see the decorated side.
Trisna Dewi Handcrafted wood carvings and musical instruments
"Although I'm not a musician, many people like the musical instruments I craft, especially as décor objects or to play for fun."
"Ever since I was a little girl, I've enjoyed Bali's traditional dancing, and these dances are usually... read more
Popular Music Gifts
Peruvian Bamboo Wind Panpipe with Case, "Andean Zampona"
This authentic panpipe is called a - the flute of the Andes that dates back to the Inca empire. The instrument, crafted of bamboo, is comprised of a concave arrangement of 23 pipes. Each pipe is slightly shorter than the next, and each one produces a unique pitch.
The flute arrives in a carrying case that emulates handloomed Inca textiles.
Handmade Minimalistic Coconut Tree Bark Wind Chime from Bali, "Bali Serenade"
Balinese artisan Trisna Dewi designs this charming handmade wind chime using a part of the coconut tree called 'kloping' or calyx. Kloping is brown in color and protects the coconut flower and fruit like a shell, and it's common for traditional Balinese artists to use this part of the tree in their crafts. The whimsical piece of kloping creates a slender, minimalist curve, and the hand-tuned aluminum pipes send serene notes through the air whenever the wind blows. This would make a lovely accent inside the home, and if used outside the calming sounds will brighten any atmosphere.
Hand Crafted Round Teak Wood Smartphone Speaker, "Lively Sound"
Hand carved from a rich blend of teak, oak, walnut, and mahogany woods, this hands-free round smartphone speaker is the perfect accessory for watching movies, FaceTime calls, or even a bedroom dance party. Designed by Thai artisan Sanai Keawchaisa, the speaker features a slot at the top to hold your phone and a speaker on either side for amplifying your favorite music, movies, or podcasts. Please note the speaker is compatible with all smartphones 3.3 inches and under in width. No batteries or electricity required.
Wood Quena Flute Wind Instrument, "Peace Flute"
Dionisio Quilla crafts a beautiful quena flute, an instrument dating to the Inca Empire. Quena means "many-holed object" in the Quechua language. It is said to have entranced birds to soar above its player, which may be no wonder given that early versions the quena were fashioned from condor bone. Quilla crafts this piece from or yellow wood and paints it by hand. It includes a bright fabric carrying case.