Sorghum & Leather Brooms are both functional and decorative. Each broom is handmade one at a time.
The Bell Broom :: sound of the bells to shift vibrations, and the broom to clear.
This stitched hand whisk is made with natural undyed broomcorn. The cording and stitching is in Brick Red, Mountain Sage, and Nettle. The hang tag is reclaimed leather.
There are two bell types, one larger can-style bell with a light ring and 9 small bells that provide more of a rattle. Both sounds are distinct while sweeping. There is also glass beading.
This broom is fully functional and can also be used as a ritual tool in your practice.
The Bell Broom was born as a ritual tool that I created for myself, that came to me in a literal dream. And I knew that there are others who would enjoy it as well. This is a part of an ongoing series. Each Bell Broom is one of a kind (not a production broom.) Although all will be tied with the same intention and designed to provide you with the power to shift and clear chaotic vibrations in your life.
It is about 15.5" long, not including the hangtag.
Broomcorn is a dried plant and will age over time, but otherwise will withstand normal use or on display.
Materials: broomcorn, nylon cording, bells, metal findings, glass beads.
- All leather is reclaimed and otherwise would have ended up in a landfill.
- Ships to the continental US only. You'll receive a tracking number. Sorghum & Leather is unable to ship outside the continental US.
- Black broomcorn brooms are not food or water safe. This black broomcorn was not dyed in house and is not a natural dye.
For every broom made, a donation will be made to plant a native Colorado tree.
⁂ ⁂ ⁂ Care for your broom: Handmade brooms will last for a long time if cared for. It is suggested that brooms be hung to keep weight off of the natural fibers. If your broom starts to look splayed at the sweeping ends of the broomcorn, soak the end (not handle) in water for 20 minutes, shake off excess water and reshape. If needed, tie with twine or rubber band overnight. Be sure to dry very thoroughly and avoid using the broom until fully dry. The color of broomcorn will change over the life of the broom, especially if stored in sunlight or outdoors, or from the oil on our hands.