Our Wind Bells come from the monastries and temples of Nepal where they hang from the overhanging roofs.
The bell hangs on a chain which means it can sway in the wind, the hanging brass leaf wind catcher catches the wind and the bell plays a delicate sound which helps give the temples a wonderfully peaceful and tranquil aura.
Our temple bells are quite unusual, they are cast from solid brass in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal and hang from a chain with a hanging hook.
The Bell measures 4.5 cm wide by 6 cm high, the leaf measures 5 cm by 4 cm and when hung up the whole thing measures 33 cm from the hook at the top to the bottom of the leaf.
Traditional Nepalese Temple Wind Bell with leaf hanger to catch the breeze, with hanging chain and hook - makes a beautiful sound