112.121 Pendant rattles

Brass pendant rattle in the form of a staff, with a rod that terminates in a ring serving as a handle. The rod is surmounted by a U-shaped frame, with a brass ring suspended at each end. Four brass rattles in the form of pellet bells without pellets are attached to each ring. These clash against eachother when the staff is shaken.

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