Made of copper scrap, iron, and wood, this Indian percussion instrument called bell scale idiophone measure 24.0" by 8.0” by 6.0” inches (LWH).
A traditional xylophone, with origins in Africa and Asia, consists of copper plated bells of varying lengths with each bell is tuned to a specific musical note. This interesting variation contains bells in various sizes mounted on a wooden board that sets on a flat surface to play. The bells differ in size and scale so each of them will produce a different sound when they are hit with the wooden mallet. One can treasure it or gift it as a souvenir.
This xylophone, made mostly from recycled scrap metal, is handcrafted by metal artisans of Gujarat, India.
This product supports and empowers artisan landless community of India. It preserves the rare craft of making handmade instruments in India.
Quality satisfaction and timely delivery are assured for this handcrafted artifact.