|This wind bell is manufactured using traditional casting techniques which has been passed down through generations for over 400 years in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture.
It offers the fineness of material and clear ringing sound. To accentuate the beauty of material, we make each object one at a time on a turning wheel. Given a hairline finish, the piece expresses a perfect harmony of modern design and traditional technique.
[Directions for use]
-Do not rub with a metal polisher.
-Although the object receives a color fixing finish, the color may slightly fade over time.
-The slip is made of Japanese paper which is water resistant but not waterproof.
-We recommend you place the wind bell indoors when the wind blows strongly.
-Wipe with a soft cloth or a sponge after use.
-Treat with diluted dishwashing detergent and lightly rub with a damp sponge/ cloth if needed. Then wipe with a dry cloth.
Size 132 x 46 mm (bell only) | 160g | Plated Brass (60% copper, 40% zinc) | Weight 129g
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