Originally from Japan, they bear the name of Tumi Ishi, which means "stackable stones". This object will amuse both the youngest and the oldest. How high can you stack them? This is a much bigger challenge than with blocks at right angles, and all kinds of elegant and mysterious shapes can be created. They serve the imagination of children, transforming into cargo, rocks in a setting etc.
It is a magnificent object that can be left visible in your living areas, and which will undoubtedly become one of the favorite games of the family and your guests.
Each stone is cut from one of our wood scraps and then carefully sandblasted, one facet at a time freehand, in our workshop in Estrie.
Our wood comes from our scraps (ash) and also those of ash, white oak and black walnut, Quebec-based and eco-responsible furniture manufacturer, whose mission is to enrich your environment, one piece of furniture at a time
Our stones are treated with beeswax, a protection that enhances the color and grain of the wood. The set comes in a beautiful linen bag sewn in North Hatley, Quebec
Included: 12 stones of various sizes (the stones differ slightly from each other because they are entirely handmade) and a linen storage bag made in Quebec with cotton rope made in Canada
Balance stone materials: hardwood (ash or black walnut or trio - ash, black walnut & white oak), beeswax (natural mixture of beeswax, carnauba wax and mineral oil - food grade)
Dimensions: the bag is about 20 cm in height and width
Each stone has a size that varies between 6x4cm, 10x4cm to 14x4cm and each bag contains 12 of various sizes
Maintenance: A wooden toy can last for several generations. Although capable of the greatest adventures, this toy prefers to stay warm and dry. Avoid contact with water or other liquids (such as blueberry jam) and wood-eating animals (such as beavers). Renew its protection with beeswax or other non-toxic ecological wax if necessary