Zishta Copper Coated Iron Chimes-Bell with Leather (Pink)

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About Zishta Copper Coated Iron Chimes-Bell with Leather (Pink)

  • Copper coated Iron bell craft, originally part of Sindh region, migrated to Kutch several centuries ago. The bells signify the seven musical notes to give a pleasant sound.
  • The sound gives a feel of being in vastness and calms the mind
  • A craft where no welding is used on the bell, it takes around 4 hours to make the perfect bell
  • The bells were originally made for cattle while grazing. The size of bell defines the hierarchy of the cattle in the herd. 

Product Specifications

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Bell with Leather (Pink)


All our products are handcrafted and this results in each product being unique and slightly different from each other and therefore will have minor variations on dimensions & weight.

  • The unique melodic tone from the copper coated iron bells of Kutch, Gujarat, is a craft which is 1000 years old.
  • These metal bells from centuries back had adorned the necks of cattle and signified each animal’s status and position in the herd.
  • Today the copper coated iron bells have been adapted as chimes for our homes and their sound has a special calming effect
  • It is interesting to note that though the bells have 4 parts, welding is not used. It takes a lot of skill to artfully put the parts together as a single unit.
  • The bell is rolled and dipped in clay and in a mixture of brass and copper powder. It is then baked.
  • The tongue of the bell is from Babul tree. Each bell has a different sound and no bell is the same.  The craftsmen tactfully continue to beat it till they get the appropriate sound.
  • It takes around 4 hours to make a single bell. Other than smaller tools, no other machinery is used in making these bells.
  • The bells have a unique sound which gives a feel of being in vastness and is soothing to the mind.
  • The idea is to provide a sense of calmness with the subtle sound playing in the back ground.
  • Hang them in a breezy place or inside your home as a traditional décor to the interiors of your house.
  • Use dry cloth to dust them. Do not leave them in water.
  • Oxidisation of the copper coating is natural, If you are cleaning with tamarind/lime- please wipe all the water off the surface and keep it dry. 
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