Do you know the significance of monkeys in Japanese culture? They are believed to symbolize cleverness, agility, and intelligence.
The bigger bell features a large monkey holding a peach, which is a symbol of abundance and happiness. It hangs from a red string, adding a vibrant touch to its appearance.
The small bell portrays a monkey as a mother, cradling a tiny baby monkey in her arms. This scene reflects care, love, and family bond. The bell is suspended from a silver-colored string with an additional attached metal bell that gently chimes with every movement.
Both bells are engraved with a date on the bottom. The big bell originates from 1993.7.11, while the small one is from 1994.4.9.
These vintage Dorei Clay Bells are not only delightful decorations but also unique symbols of Japanese culture and tradition. Add them to your collection or present them as a special gift that carries deep meaning and aesthetic beauty.
Height: 9cm & 11cm