Traditional Japanese symbol of summer: Ceramic wind bell Furin with adorable MAPLE leaf picture
Product Description One of the symbols of summer in Japan is the Furin (風 鈴 ), wind bell made of glass, ceramics or metal. The refreshing sound of these bells helps people escape (or at least make them feel like it) the hot and humid Japanese summer. Originally imported from China, these pleasant sound making bells have been a standard feature of summer since the Muromachi period. (1333- 1568).
This lovely Japanese bell is made of ceramics and is decorated with motif of lovely Momiji - Japanese maple leaf.
Japanese maple is associated with peace and serenity of the world's elements and is considered a symbol of grace and peace. Maple trees also represent balance and practicality.
Furin produces nice and refreshing tinkle sound. Absolutely lovely item – great idea for a gift!
Material: ceramics, strap, paper, (some parts is iron, bamboo, wood, etc.)
Absolutely lovely item – great idea for a gift!
Please note: Details and colours of the images might be slightly different from the actual product. As it is hand made, small imperfections are common in the work in this quality range.