Small metal bells made of an alloy of several metals.
Each is handmade, each is different - they are all old (sometimes several dozen years old).
Most likely made in Persian territories (Iran).
A single bell is hung on silk obtained in India from textile waste (mainly from the production and disposal of saris).
Silk ribbons are imperfect and fray - if that's not your advantage - choose something else :)).
Silk ribbons have seams (stitching and knots) - these are in skeins.
There is no clasp - it just ties at the right height.
The bells have dents and clearly visible traces of the passage of time.
This is not an antiquated item, it is really old :). For connoisseurs of exceptional scrap metal.
fuego (brick silk with fiery sheen)
black / purple (silk is essentially black, but turns purple in daylight)
vintage blue bluish, greenish (two-tone washed silk)
marsala / eggplant (for some dull dark peony)
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