111.242.122 Clapper bells

Clapper bell for a temple or shrine. The handle is in the form of the figures of Rama and Hanuman. The body of the bell is engraved with a frieze of human and monkey figures and plants, with circles of lotus petals below the handle and at the lower edge. The clapper has a ring at the lower end for the attachment of a cord.

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