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Tiger bells in South Asia


Cambodia

Tiger bells are of the B type.

Judith Beiner and Clifton McCracken from the Griffin Gallery (Florida, USA) reported:

We have acquired an antique set of tiger bells. They were purchased in Luang Prabong in Cambodia in 2003. We bought them in a country store which sold artifacts as well as more modern pieces. The clear stand was made after we purchased the bells... We believe these bells do have age to them...

These are tiger bells of the B type, of various sizes. Compare the bell to the right with the tiger bell from Mahabalipuram, India. The design on the bell in the center is more or less similar to a B bell from Laos.

Reported in April, 2012.

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