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1400 Antique Jambati Singing Bowl with bell like start and bass finish

Thin Jambati with a dark hammermark patina and faint inner artwork. Complex deep sound with a bell like start and a finish that is mostly the bass tone. Longevity is ok. Plays well off the thin rim with leather, primary overtone only. Surprising highs can be teased out with a tulipwood wand. Great value for such a low tone With overtones at C4, C5, C#6, C#7.

Widest Diameter: 8 3/8 inHeight: 3 3/4 in
Weight: 1.9 lbs = 858 grams
Size: Large
Overall Thickness: Thin
Bowl Type: Jambati
Artwork and etching state of preservation -  Exterior: None  Interior: Faint
Musical Note: F# 2, Very Low OctaveApprox Frequency: 94 Hz
Bowl Number: 1400

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