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Etikoppaka Wooden Christmas Nativity Set

Original price ₹1,450.00 -Original price ₹1,800.00
Original price
₹1,450.00 (incl of all taxes)
₹1,450.00 - ₹1,800.00
Current price ₹1,450.00 (incl of all taxes)
SKU: AP/EK/TT/SY/0001b
Style: Without House
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Product Details
A unique Nativity Set, with Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus and the 3 Kings, plus an angel, all creatively represented in the Etikoppaka art form. The product gives an Indian look and feel to the original Nativity scene. It was developed for The Keybunch, a home décor product and styling brand based in Pune, India. The set comes with an option of a house made out of mango wood. A star is offered as a separate accessory along with the house, to add to the Christmas vibe. The Etikoppaka craft is a 400-year old legacy. It gets its name from Etikoppaka village in Andhra Pradesh. The products are made using soft wood from Ankudu (Wrightia tinctoria) trees, native to the region. Craftsmen use a spinning lathe and small chisels, among other tools to carve the toys and souvenirs that are then enriched with natural colour pigments derived from seeds, bark, roots and leaves. Lac, a colourless resinous secretion of insects, is mixed with the natural pigments applied on the toys to deliver their signature lacquered finish.


Each King: 1Dia x 4H
Mary, Joseph and Angel: 1Dia x 3.5H
Baby Jesus: 1.1Dia x 2H
Basket: 2.4Dia x 1.2H

Ankudu wood (Wrightia tinctoria), natural color pigments and lac


Wipe with dry clean cloth. Keep away from direct sunlight or water.

300 gm

Handmade product - please allow for minor variation in design, size or colour.

Artisan Details
Subrahmanyum Yesudasu
Subrahmanyum Yesudasu

A secondary-school dropout, Subrahmanyam started learning how to craft Etikoppaka toys, souvenirs and figurines from his father. Born and raised in the craft’s namesake village in Andhra Pradesh, Subrahmanyam further trained under CV Raju – a...

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Customer Reviews

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Ambika Srinivasan

I was looking for a nativity set for my daughter and this was a lovely set to purchase. Beautifully done and great finish on the product. Highly recommend this one of a kind set.