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MQuan Sun Moon Stars Large Domed Jingle Bell

Large dome-shaped bell

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This stoneware jingle bell hung on 6-inch hemp rope provides the sun and the moon and the stars. The pattern is hand painted in matte black onto a white terra sigilatta base. Get inspired by the beauty and unique shape of this bell.
  • Length: 5
  • Diameter: 5
Worship of the sun, moon and stars dates back to ancient times as noted in Egyptian, Babylonian, Indian and Chinese literature, and continues today. The artist, Michele Quan, is in awe of the symbols of Eastern iconography and makes them the foundation for each of her handmade pieces. This bells is for anyone to admire the creativity and artistry of the heavens depicted on this piece in their home or sanctuary.
why we love this
This stoneware jingle bell hung on 6-inch hemp rope provides the sun and the moon and the stars. The pattern is hand painted in matte black onto a white terra sigilatta base. Get inspired by the beauty and unique shape of this bell.
product information
  • Length: 5
  • Diameter: 5
story
Worship of the sun, moon and stars dates back to ancient times as noted in Egyptian, Babylonian, Indian and Chinese literature, and continues today. The artist, Michele Quan, is in awe of the symbols of Eastern iconography and makes them the foundation for each of her handmade pieces. This bells is for anyone to admire the creativity and artistry of the heavens depicted on this piece in their home or sanctuary.

Michele Quan designs and sculpts handmade ceramic art and objects for the home and garden out of her studio in Brooklyn, New York. Religious symbols and Eastern iconography are articulated in Quan’s work as she finds their meaning and beauty a source of inspiration. Her ceramic pieces are crafted by hand, wheel thrown, or slip cast in stoneware and porcelain. Quan incorporates brass, hand-dyed cotton, felted wool, organically grown hemp rope and reclaimed wood into her art—each piece of which acts as a canvas for her love of drawing, painting, texture and color.

about the maker

Michele Quan designs and sculpts handmade ceramic art and objects for the home and garden out of her studio in Brooklyn, New York. Religious symbols and Eastern iconography are articulated in Quan’s work as she finds their meaning and beauty a source of inspiration. Her ceramic pieces are crafted by hand, wheel thrown, or slip cast in stoneware and porcelain. Quan incorporates brass, hand-dyed cotton, felted wool, organically grown hemp rope and reclaimed wood into her art—each piece of which acts as a canvas for her love of drawing, painting, texture and color.