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Handmade Buddha Statue Tibetan Bowl Bowl Dharma Instrument Music

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Handmade Buddha Statue Tibetan Bowl Bowl Dharma Instrument Music

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Product description

Color:9.5cm

Size:
8cm
This is a handmade bowl mallet.
Superb craftsmanship and easy to use.
They are used by a wide range of professionals, including school teachers, musicians and teachers.
Can be used with singing bowls, gongs and other suitable items.
Functions: meditation, Buddhist props, home decorations, etc.
Material: ring copper
Craft: hand polished
Size: caliber 8 cm, 9.5 cm
2 sizes are available
Accessories: bowl mat, small wooden stick
Due to different displays and lighting effects, the actual color of the item may be slightly different from the color shown on the picture. Thank you!
Due to manual measurement, please allow a measurement deviation of 1-3cm.
Note:
1. Due to the different monitor and light effect, the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color showed on the pictures. Thank you!
2. Please allow 1-2cm measuring deviation due to manual measurement.

Handmade Buddha Statue Tibetan Bowl Bowl Dharma Instrument Music

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