Crafted by our monk friend Teido Bill Stephens from black locust wood grown in the mountains around Charlottesville, Virginia, these clappers rest easily in the hand, and are heavy enough to produce a strong, clear clap!
Together with the inkin bell the clappers are used to signal rest and walking periods during meditation. At a Zen monastery they are used in various ways, including to begin and end silent meals and to call everybody to the meditation hall.
- Mountain-grown black locust wood
- Tung oil finish
- Each clapper is 1 1/8” x 1 1/8” x 7 3/4”
- Made in the USA
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