Antique Burmese horse bronze bell
Bells of a noticeably different styling were made for buffalo, cows and goats
to wear and are referred Burmese. Rather than domed shaped they are
semi-circular or trapezoidal with closed rings at the top for a rope to pass
through. Handsome scrolling vine and flower designs often adorn these bells,
the purpose of which was to help farmers locate their animals after being set
free to graze. They have a duller tone than temple bells – more of a comforting
clonk than a musical ring.
Bells worn by horses are easily recognizable by their bevelled dome and
comparatively small size. They often have a lovely crisp ring tone and also
bear an insignia that could be the name of the maker or the owner of the horse.
This horse bronze bell is size 3 inches High by 1.7 inches in circle with
weight 300 grams very nice patina and clear sound.
The stand is unique design 12 inches tall with the steel on 2 steps the black
They are an excellent condition as very nice for decorates or collection.
It will be shipped by Thailand Post which it may takes 2-3 weeks or depending
on postal to arrive to a buyer.
Thank You and have a nice time !