Pastore zampognaro


This sort of bagpiper, called zampognaro from the name of his instrument, zampogna, is a Neapolitan Nativity character. Head, hands and foot of terracotta, glass eyes to give a deeper expression.
Hand painted cloths of batista cotton. Body of hemp and iron which allow better mouvements. The bagpipe, a wind instrument from which the name of the character, has got wooden poles and a bag of kid skin.
The manufacturing follows the 18th century Neapolitan tradition.
Dimensions: 38cm/14,96inch

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Weight 1.5 kg


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