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Pair of Tibetan Tingsha Bells on Leather Strap & Embossed Tibetan Script

£25.00


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PLEASE NOTE:

We are currently away on our yearly buying trip! You are free to place orders on the website, but please be aware that any items ordered after Monday 9th January 2019 will NOT be packed and posted out to you until Tuesday 12th February 2019. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Paul Wolfenden
(Owner) at THE FAIR TRADE STORE

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Product Code SHH253Y
Availability Availability - in stock In stock - ready for despatch

Authentic set of Tingsa (Tingshas) bells embossed with a Tibetan script.

•   Tingsa are two small cymbals that are used by Buddhists during prayer and meditation to help clear the mind. Also known as Tibetan Chimes.

•   Made from an alloy of several different metals, similar to that of a singing bowl.

•   The cymbals are joined together by a brown leather strap and produce a clear, high-pitched ringing tone when struck or chimed together.

Handmade by skilled Fair Trade Tibetan artisans exiled in India.

Dimensions - the weighty cymbals have a diameter of 7 cm approximately.

Delivery

You should receive your delivery within 2-5 days from placing your online order with us.

We always let you know by email that your order is being dealt with and also when it’s gone in the post - so you won’t be kept in the dark!

However, please allow up to 5 working days before you contact us with any issues.

Deliveries are made by Royal Mail from Monday to Saturday between 7am and 3pm.

Returns

You must notify us of your intentions within 30 days of your initial receipt of the goods. We will then agree with you what action to take, including the opportunity to exchange your unwanted product for another item.

(Please use the contact us page to get in touch with us. This page also includes the address to send your "returns".)

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