Brass and bronze chime, 'Chime of Compassion' - Tibetan Chime of Compassion Curate

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Chime of Compassion Tibetan Chime of Compassion

Inscribed with one of the most significant mantras in Buddhism, Om mani padme... more

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Inscribed with one of the most significant mantras in Buddhism, Om mani padme hum, this handcrafted chime is created by Tibetan refugees residing in northern India. Buddhists believe that saying this mantra, or even viewing it in its written form, invokes the blessings of the Buddha of Compassion. Cast from a combination of metals, the hand-tuned chime produces a clear tone when struck. Features brass stand with cloud motif and wooden base and striker.

  • 0.51 kgs
  • 1.1 lbs
  • 21.6 cm H x 12.7 cm W x 12.7 cm D
  • 8.5" H x 5" W x 5" D

  • Brass, bronze, cotton rope, Indian rosewood
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in India.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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