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These bells are made by Janmamad Luhar in the Kutchchi desert region of western India.
Janmamad employs an ancient technique of bell-making, passed on to him through generations. Janmamad's brother and uncle, as well as the women in the family also participate in the making of these bells.
The bells are formed from sheets of recycled steel. They are beaten into shape by hand, then dipped in copper. Women make a dough that they pat around the bells; the bells are then buried under the hot desert sand in a kiln. The heat anneals the metals, welding them into bronze, giving each piece its unique patina.
After firing, each bell is individually hand-tuned. Each bell is hand tuned using an age-old technique! This is what truly makes each of these pieces unique!
- Size 10 = 6.25"
- Size 12 = 9"
- Size 13 = 12"
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We fell in love with these wreaths at a Maine makers event in Portland. The vibrant flowers are dried and then arranged into beautiful wreaths. These everlasting flowers are the perfect decoration for your home or as a gift, whether you are traveling near or far.
Lauren from Lost and Found Farm in Dresden, Maine grew up in Gray, Maine. She began farming in 2011 in South Central Pennsylvania. In 2014, she moved to Western Massachusetts, where she lived and worked on various farms for three years. By 2017, she was finally ready to take the leap and move home to Maine and start the farm she had been dreaming up.
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Fish sticks are hand cut, hand painted, reclaimed Maine cedar stockade fencing. Each unique and sealed with a protective finish for display inside or out. Sue is the artist and she resides in Raymond, Maine. These fish sticks feature the Ogunquit, Maine zip code.
Custom zip codes and house numbers available for a $6 fee. Please add a note to your order with your requested digits and preferred color. Thanks!