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Tridevi Three Prong Rustic Bell Wind Chime - Single

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Our Tridevi bell chime collection features rustic Indian bells in unique, three-pronged settings. Tridevi, or three goddesses, is a term used in Hinduism to describe the triad of supreme female deities - Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Lakshmi, and Goddess Parvati. This eye-catching wind chime features three welded 1” wide bells in a three-pronged setting with sturdy jute hanging loop. The three-pronged bell chime design resonates on several levels. Some may see an inverted trident, or Trishula, a weapon of Shiva and Durga representing the holy number three. Some may see an inverted anchor, representative of vast symbolism personalized in unique experiences. This wind chime with bells is handcrafted from recycled metal. Artisans in the desert Kutch region use traditional techniques to weld and hand tune the decorative bells with a soothing copper bell song for peace and serenity. These same bell craft techniques have been used to create cow bells to manage livestock for agricultural purposes. The rustic cow bells and frames are coated with powdered brass and copper for a radiant, refined finish. This captivating bell chime is a work of reclaimed metal art. This alluring cow bell wind chime will add the radiance of shiny copper bells and ethereal bell song to any space. It is suitable for use as an indoor chime or an outdoor bell chime. It will make a lovely garden bell chime, patio bell chime, or outdoor bell decoration. This rustic bell chime will make a powerful and enchanting display overlooking a body of water.

item specifications

Dimensions: 4"L, 3.5"W, hanging cord approx. 9"L


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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.