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Oblong shaped bell carved out of a single piece of brown wood. On one side of the bell there is a carved curvilinear line along the edge of three of the four sides of the main body of the bell. At the top of the bell, on both ends, there are two pairs of squares carved into the wood through which a rope is strung and tied. Within the bell there are two wooden clappers that protrude slightly from the bottom of the bell. These clappers are also tied to the main portion of the bell from the inside; the top of these ropes are tied through the top of the bell. The rope itself is made up of four pieces which are twisted together and then tied all together in a knot.

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