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Decorative Mallets

Decorative Mallets

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    Wool Padded Stupa Mallet

    $ 25.00
    • Circa: Circa 20th Century
    • Type: Wool Padded Stupa Mallet

    These elegant, turned wood mallets were lathed by a one-man, wood-working shop in Lalitpur, Nepal in the 90’s. Made of Himalayan hardwood, their weight and width make an excellent rimming and striking mallet for larger bowls

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    These elegant, turned wood mallets were lathed by a one-man, wood-working shop in Lalitpur, Nepal in the 90’s. Made of Himalayan hardwood, their weight and width make an excellent rimming and striking mallet for larger bowls

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  • Bronze Garuda Head Mallet

    $ 75.00
    • Circa: Contemporary
    • Type: Bronze Garuda Head Mallet

    A protector deity, Garuda is a an eagle-like creature from HinduBuddhist and Jain mythology. When see in its zoomorphic form, he is often seen with horns and a crown of feathers, and is considered the vehicle of Vishnu.

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    A protector deity, Garuda is a an eagle-like creature from HinduBuddhist and Jain mythology. When see in its zoomorphic form, he is often seen with horns and a crown of feathers, and is considered the vehicle of Vishnu.

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  • Bronze Dorje Head Mallet

    $ 75.00
    • Circa: Circa 20th Century
    • Type: Bronze Dorje Head Mallet

    Dorje, often translated as “thunderbolt”, is the Tibetan term for a principle symbol of Buddhism representing the moment of awakening.

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    Dorje, often translated as “thunderbolt”, is the Tibetan term for a principle symbol of Buddhism representing the moment of awakening.

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Decorative Mallet Collection

Bodhisattva is proud to offer this exclusive collection of Master-quality mallets designed, commissioned and produced in Nepal in the mid-90’s. Each of their cast bronze heads are completely unique, hand-finished works of art mounted on a  Himalayan hardwood mallet that is ideal for rimming larger singing bowls.These heads were cast and finished by a Newari artisan descended from a storied lineage of statue-makers in Patan. With the ever escalating economic pressures bearing on the marketplace in Nepal, nothing of this quality would be possible to reproduce today. As each statue is one-of-a-kind, dimensions, weights and features vary slightly.