Tibetan finger cymbals (tingshas). Pair.
An early Asian percussion instrument often used by female dancers.
They are small cymbals with no specific pitch.
They are commonly attached to the thumb and middle finger of one or both hands and struck together in a specific rhythmic pattern.
Finger cymbals are an exellent instrument to develop a sense of rhythm, for both children and adults.
Material: 62% copper+38% zinc. Diameter: 5,5 cm.