A clay whistle in the shape of a hen, rooster or duck, handcrafted using traditional techniques.
Clay whistles of this type have been found in archaeological excavations carried out in the area of former settlements. The oldest ones come from the Neolithic era. They usually took the shape of domestic animals and were most likely used as bird decoys, signal and ritual tools, and also as a toy for children.
Due to the hand-made method, each whistle may be slightly different than other.
Due to the possibility of breaking, they are not suitable for small children.