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Nousaku Brass Hand Bell

Handcrafted brass hand bell in slim silver, horn gold or onion copper

Handcrafted brass hand bell in slim silver, horn gold or onion copper

Handcrafted brass hand bell in slim silver, horn gold or onion copper

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These bells are hand-turned on a lathe until totally smooth, producing a tranquil sound digital bells can’t replicate. Each of the three shapes has a distinct timbre. Keep them at hand to use as paperweights, decorative pieces for a bookshelf or mantle, or in ceremonies from meditation to meals.
  • Diameter: 5
The human spirit has responded to this simple, one-note percussion instrument for thousands of years. The earliest bells date from 3000 BC in Asia, and throughout Europe’s history, they’ve rung from steeples and palaces. In addition to marking time (the word “clock” comes from “cloca,” the Latin word for bell), bells are prominent in rituals and ceremonies, both religious and secular, for both joyous and solemn occasions. As musical instruments, bells are both simple and charming. 
why we love this
These bells are hand-turned on a lathe until totally smooth, producing a tranquil sound digital bells can’t replicate. Each of the three shapes has a distinct timbre. Keep them at hand to use as paperweights, decorative pieces for a bookshelf or mantle, or in ceremonies from meditation to meals.
product information
  • Diameter: 5
story
The human spirit has responded to this simple, one-note percussion instrument for thousands of years. The earliest bells date from 3000 BC in Asia, and throughout Europe’s history, they’ve rung from steeples and palaces. In addition to marking time (the word “clock” comes from “cloca,” the Latin word for bell), bells are prominent in rituals and ceremonies, both religious and secular, for both joyous and solemn occasions. As musical instruments, bells are both simple and charming. 
why we love this
product information
story
These bells are hand-turned on a lathe until totally smooth, producing a tranquil sound digital bells can’t replicate. Each of the three shapes has a distinct timbre. Keep them at hand to use as paperweights, decorative pieces for a bookshelf or mantle, or in ceremonies from meditation to meals.
  • Diameter: 5
The human spirit has responded to this simple, one-note percussion instrument for thousands of years. The earliest bells date from 3000 BC in Asia, and throughout Europe’s history, they’ve rung from steeples and palaces. In addition to marking time (the word “clock” comes from “cloca,” the Latin word for bell), bells are prominent in rituals and ceremonies, both religious and secular, for both joyous and solemn occasions. As musical instruments, bells are both simple and charming. 
why we love this
These bells are hand-turned on a lathe until totally smooth, producing a tranquil sound digital bells can’t replicate. Each of the three shapes has a distinct timbre. Keep them at hand to use as paperweights, decorative pieces for a bookshelf or mantle, or in ceremonies from meditation to meals.
product information
  • Diameter: 5
story
The human spirit has responded to this simple, one-note percussion instrument for thousands of years. The earliest bells date from 3000 BC in Asia, and throughout Europe’s history, they’ve rung from steeples and palaces. In addition to marking time (the word “clock” comes from “cloca,” the Latin word for bell), bells are prominent in rituals and ceremonies, both religious and secular, for both joyous and solemn occasions. As musical instruments, bells are both simple and charming. 
why we love this
product information
story
These bells are hand-turned on a lathe until totally smooth, producing a tranquil sound digital bells can’t replicate. Each of the three shapes has a distinct timbre. Keep them at hand to use as paperweights, decorative pieces for a bookshelf or mantle, or in ceremonies from meditation to meals.
  • Diameter: 5
The human spirit has responded to this simple, one-note percussion instrument for thousands of years. The earliest bells date from 3000 BC in Asia, and throughout Europe’s history, they’ve rung from steeples and palaces. In addition to marking time (the word “clock” comes from “cloca,” the Latin word for bell), bells are prominent in rituals and ceremonies, both religious and secular, for both joyous and solemn occasions. As musical instruments, bells are both simple and charming. 
why we love this
These bells are hand-turned on a lathe until totally smooth, producing a tranquil sound digital bells can’t replicate. Each of the three shapes has a distinct timbre. Keep them at hand to use as paperweights, decorative pieces for a bookshelf or mantle, or in ceremonies from meditation to meals.
product information
  • Diameter: 5
story
The human spirit has responded to this simple, one-note percussion instrument for thousands of years. The earliest bells date from 3000 BC in Asia, and throughout Europe’s history, they’ve rung from steeples and palaces. In addition to marking time (the word “clock” comes from “cloca,” the Latin word for bell), bells are prominent in rituals and ceremonies, both religious and secular, for both joyous and solemn occasions. As musical instruments, bells are both simple and charming.