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Set of Two Tibetan Long Horns I Antique Music Instrument I Tibetan I Buddhist I Housewarming Gift

Set of Two Tibetan Long Horns I Antique Music Instrument I Tibetan I Buddhist I Housewarming Gift

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The Tibetan Long Horn Instrument, also known as the Dungchen, is a traditional instrument used in Tibetan Buddhist rituals and ceremonies. It is played to create a deep, resonant sound that fills the air with a unique and captivating energy.

Our antique pair of vintage Tibetan longhorns were purchased in Ladhak; crafted with a mix of brass and copper to add an extra sparkle. These antiques will be sure to reign supreme in any space!

When fully extended the Tibetan long horn is 72 inches and can shrink down to 30 inches when compacted. 

Materials

Brass and Copper

Dimensions

Approximately 72" in length fully extended Smallest height 30" compacted Three telescoping sections

Care information

Dry clean only.

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