Global Art & Artifacts

Famous and Handcrafted Tibetan Ceremonial Copper Trumpets / Horns, Pair, Tibet

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Dungchen horns are great decorative pieces.  They are often used in Tibetan and Bhutanese ceremonies and are a very popular instrument in the Tibetan Buddhist culture.  Hand made and formed from copper, these trumpets or horns usually appear in pairs.  These were made in the 1950’s.  They fold down (sections slip inside each other) for shipping.


This item has SOLD.  Thanks B.H. !!!


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