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Rare Unusual Shape Tibetan Singing Bowl

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Unusual Antique Singing Bowl.  B & A Notes (Crown & Third Eye Chakras)
Weight 2 lb 9 ¼ oz (1.17 kilos).   22 ½ x 8 cm (approx. 8 ¾ x 3 ¾ inches)


An extraordinary singing bowl with a unique voice!  This unusual bowl with very low profile, out-turned lip and wide-open mouth, has two distinct fundamental notes depending upon the type of striker used.  A soft padded striker produces a clear third octave B flat, while a harder suede-wrapped striker produces a third octave A note…and if both strikers are used both notes sound together.  The B flat is dominant if played around the rim with a wooden ringer.


This is a substantial and heavy bowl with thick walls and a flat bottom, a very pretty grooved lip, and a clean golden interior with several decorative circles at its centre.  This is a very rare and unusual form for a singing bowl, and it would add interest to any collection.  A double-ended teak and suede ringer is included in the price.


Listen (2 struck notes with padded mallet)