Very Old Tibetan Copper & Brass Dbang Dung Ritual Horn


Product Description

This is a handmade ceremonial musical instrument.  It is made of copper, parts of which are accented in silver copper tint.  There is an attached chain that can be used to hang the horn. The trumpet is hand-carved by traditional artists.


The trumpet is played in processions by devotees proclaiming the victory of the great Lords of Dharma, and also in private ritual to summon gods and other spirits. This is used by the Tibetan Lamas, to engage in religious activities at the temple of music instrument. If you have a Tibetan lamas the dragon head trumpet, it can you bring good luck and bless your family with health and happiness. It’s measures about 20 inches long and is made from brass and copper.

Additional Information

Weight 14 lbs