The tumbler toy is one of the first toys for every second child in Russia for several generations. The idea of creating tumblers was laid by merchants from the Eastern countries. It was believed that such toys were brought by travelers.
Russian folk art masters made a toy out of wood, then painted it in Russian
folk style with various colors, dried it and varnished it. The tumbler was simple but beautiful. The prototypes of buffoons, women and men became the characters of children's favorite toys. The most popular tumbler was the buffoons, as children loved funny performances at fairs.
The tumbler toy is safe and interesting for children, and will also help the child develop fine motor skills of hands, tactile and sound perception.