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      Copper Carved Offering Bowls

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      10/13/2013
      anonymous

      Beautiful - just very small

      I love these but they were smaller than I thought. Still, they work great on my small altar and the quality is wonderful. :)

      C
      08/19/2013
      Carla

      They are bigger than you think!

      Initially I was reluctant to order these, as they sounded very small (diameter of 1 inch). Turns out the base is 1", but the bowls' widest diameter is almost 2 inches (1-7/8 inches to be exact!) so they are perfect for a smaller altar.

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      04/17/2013
      Marlina

      Beautiful!

      I purchased these copper offering bowls and found them to be exquisite. To know that they have been carved by a family in Nepal adds a special heart-quality to them. Now I am requesting another set for a new Sangha altar. Thank you for making these wonderful offering bowls available to us.

      MR
      02/26/2013
      Marlina Rinzen

      Exquisite Offering Bowls

      Upon unwrapping each offering bowl, I already was in a sacred space.Each bowl is carved with lovely design, and it is wonderful to know that these are carved by hand by a Napalese family. You can tell that they were carved with great care, reverence and love.Next month, I will be ordering another set for an altar we are creating for a Tibetan Buddhist group here in California.