Elephant foot bell consisting of a wide leather strap with a metal buckle at one end and corresponding holes at the other. A narrow leather cord is stitched along the upper edge of the strap, to which are attahed fifteen small pellet bells with cross-shaped slots in them. A similar leather cord is stitched along the lower edge carrying eight larger pellet bells with single slots. Of these, four have a flattened shape and a protruding rim around the slot. A metal chain is attached along the middle of the strap between the two rows of bells.
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