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Woodstock Dharma Cowbell

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Dimensions length: 71.0cm (27.9")
Brand Woodstock Chimes
Article Number 9369
Model Number DB

Black wash finish pine wood, antique copper powder-coated steel, beads.

Genuine cow bell sound - all gussied up and ready to hang in your home.

This bell has a great tone and looks great. Use it to call the family in to dinner, or hang it in a tree and let the breezes make it ring.

In Sanskrit, Dharma can mean many things including truth and protection. Buddhists study Dharma in order to achieve inner peace and happiness. For centuries, tuned bells have been suspended in homes and temples in the East to ward off evil and attract good luck and prosperity. Woodstock Dharma Bells are inspired by these ancient bells that work in harmony with the wind.

Suitable for display all year round. Nicely boxed.

The Woodstock Chimes Brand

Founded in 1979 by instrument designer and musician Garry Kvistad, Woodstock Chimes are world renowned for their musically-tuned Wind Chimes. Their focus is on innovation, quality, design, and above all, quality tuning.

Woodstock Chimes need to be heard "live" to truly appreciate them.

All Woodstock Chimes Products come with a 1 year warranty, and a lifetime tuning guarantee.

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