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A small straight trumpet made from a human femur bone is the traditional form of the rkang-gling ("leg bone flute"), used in Tibetan Buddhism. It has a mouthpiece made of hammered brass, and the "bell" end is covered with patches of stitched animal skin. Plaited brown hair twine, wrapped around the length of the bone.

  • Measurements:Length: 320mm; Width: 80mm