Primitive Folk Cup and Ball Toy Balero Kendama Game
Recreate the simple pleasures of primitive colonial era life with this antique reproduction Cup and Ball Toy. A favorite toy of colonial folk children, this 6" wood cup and ball toy is fun for all ages! Originating in the 16th Century, the cup and ball toy has many different names from all over the world- Balero, Kendama, Coca, Boliche, and the American Cup and Ball. Simple as it sounds and tricky as it is, the object is to get the wooden ball into the cup of the toy. This cup and ball toy is a great conversation starter and a fun toy for children and adults alike- whether you display it on your coffee table, or it's home is in a child's playroom! The hardwood handle of the cup measures approximately 6", and the ball measures 1" in diameter. The ring and pin kendama game includes a cloth storage bag and ships brand new in manufacturer's packaging with our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.
Wooden Colonial Era Folk Ring and Pin Cup and Ball Toy Features:
- Cup and Ball Toy is a fully functional colonial era period piece reproduction
- Wooden Cup and Ball was a favorite among colonial children, originating in Native American culture
- Ring and pin cup and ball toy is also known as Balero, Kendama, Coca, and Boliche, the American Version of the Cup and Ball
- Wooden kendama measures 6" long and the cup is 1" in diameter
- Primitive Folk Cup and Ball Game includes a cloth storage bag, ships brand new in manufacturer's packaging, with our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee