Red Lucky Fish Chime (India)

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ITEM#: 14977309

As an important symbol in Tibetan Buddhism, the fish represent the auspiciousness of wishing all living beings to live in a state of grace and fearlessness, without danger of drowning in the ocean of suffering or of being oppressed, and being able to move freely and spontaneously, just as a fish does in water. Hand-cast and hand-tuned by Tibetan artisans in north India, the bell is embellished with red monkey-fist tassel.

Product Features
  • Setting: Outdoor
  • Type: Chime
  • Colors: Red and gold
  • Materials: Brass, tassel
  • Dimensions: Measures 13 inches high x 2.75 inches wide
  • Purchases help preserve cultural traditions
  • Handcast brass from India
  • Tuned for complex harmonies
  • Beautiful garden and home accents
  • Mind-opening resonating sound
  • Strung with durable cord but are best kept protected from the sun and rain for the greatest longevity

Story Behind the Art:
Handcrafted by skilled Tibetan artisans in northern India.  Tibet Collection is dedicated to bringing Himalayan artisans better economic opportunities through the development and marketing of their craft traditions, and to promoting greater awareness and support for the preservation of Tibetan culture. Tibetan bells and chimes are made in Lingtsang, a Tibetan refugee colony in Northern India.  Each item is individually sand-cast in brass and hand-tuned to ensure the clarity of sound and tone.

What is Worldstock?

The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.



Worldstock Country India
Season or Holiday Summer
Color Gold
Product Features Handmade
Dimensions See Details
Model Number SC1485
Country of Origin India

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    Nice, well made chime that is simply elegant on my front door. I wanted a chime that was not large to hang on my front door knob or in the center of the door on a hook/nail so that it will chime when I open/close the door. Since it is hanging against the door on a hook, the chime is subtle, but if you were to hang it freely, it would chime louder and resonate beautifully. I also like that it was made in India and by Tibetans because I support their cause. I also like that the double fish is a positive symbol.

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