For musicians, clackers can be used to add texture and complexity to a performance. When used correctly, clackers can be used to accompany and support the main melody of a song, adding an exciting and unique sound. Kokoriko or castanets are musical instruments that produce a distinctive sound when the two pieces are struck together. Consisting of two connected pieces, the clackers are typically held in one hand and rhythmically struck. When played, the clackers produce a sharp and mesmerizing sound that is often used to punctuate a musical performance. Clackers have been in use since ancient times and are still popular today. Many musical styles, including flamenco and salsa, feature clackers as an integral part of the percussion section. Clackers are also commonly used in folk music and other forms of traditional music. Clackers come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colours, with ours hand crafted from wood. They are often decorated with intricate carvings and colourful designs.