"This huge bell hanging forms a crescent shape when displayed. All the eight bells are of different sizes with a small wooden pendulum in each of them.
* Handmade by rural artisans of Kutch
* Made from copper, brass and iron
* Light and durable
* Can be easily hung on a nail or a screw
* Each bell makes a different sound due to the size variation
* Eight bells are tied up on a thread
* The length is long enough to hang it on the door horizontally as a ""Toran"".
* Can be hung on windows, doors, balconies, walls, etc.
* Since, its tied on a thread you can also hang it vertically in ascending or descending order
* If you like a continuous sound then it’s best to hang it in the balcony
* Can be gifted on house warming, birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
* Can be gifted to friends, relatives, etc.
* Enhance the interiors of the house
Product Dimensions: 70 inches long
Weight: 700 gm
Origin: Kutch in Gujarat
Packaging: This product will be packed with bubble paper, shredded paper and corrugated box. It will not get damaged on the way. Further, if received in damaged condition, send us the photos within 3 days and we will send a replacement.
History and Art: These copper bells have been originated from Sindh by the Muslim blacksmiths (Lohar) communities as their old tradition. These bells used to were hung in the cows` neck to identify the cattle and also at the main home door to know who is at the door.
Now- a-days they are used as wind chimes and show pieces at the windows due to their soothing and enchanting sound. These bells are made of mixed metals such as iron, brass and copper and mostly done with the metals scarp sheets. Copper powder is sprinkled on these bells before firing to give it a reddish color and hence the name copper bell."