Main Nav


798 Antique Remuna Singing Bowl with prominent singing overtone

Remuna that has been buffed to brightness. It has sharp inner circles and an almost smooth exterior. Bright soundscape where the strike tone fades out and the primary overtone comes to the fore. If you like the low end (last few seconds recording 1) you can tone the bowl down with the soft Nepali mallet. Best played with a wand, you can bring out strong pure overtones. A Nepali ringing stick is scratchy and unsatisfying. With overtones at A5, D#6, D7.

Widest Diameter: 4 1/8 inHeight: 2 in
Weight: 0.5 lbs = 230 grams
Size: Tiny
Overall Thickness: Average
Bowl Type: Remuna
Artwork and etching state of preservation -  Exterior: Faint  Interior: Sharp
Musical Note: A# 4, Middle OctaveApprox Frequency: 454 Hz
Bowl Number: 798

Out of stock


Recommended Accessories:

  • Musser Hard Red Cord Mallet

    Musser Precision Cord Mallet
    Long rattan handle for easy play with smaller, high octave bowls.

    #M216 $35 Details
    Add to cart
  • Small Nepali Mallet for singing bowls

    Small Nepali Mallet
    Red felt covered rubber with thin wooden handle.

    #N118 $12 Details
    Add to cart
  • Frank Perry Sacred Yew Wand for singing bowls

    Frank Perry Sacred Yew Wand
    Special tiny ringers made by the master himself over in England.

    #FPy $21 Details
    Add to cart
  • Small Leather Wrapped Ringing Stick for singing bowls

    Small Nepali Ringing Stick
    Hand turned wood with burgundy colored leather wrap.

    #N101 $4 Details
    Add to cart
  • Small Suede Tapper for singing bowls

    Small Suede Tapper
    Hand turned wood with tan colored wrap.

    #N106 $6 Details
    Add to cart
  • Medium Tibetan Wool Mat

    Medium Tibetan Wool Mat

    Thick vibrantly colored wool.
    3 patterns, Red or Blue

    #Med Mat $12 Details
    Select options
  • 12″ Soft Cotton Cover Cloth

    Embroidered “Profound Sounds”
    100% natural cotton rib fabric.

    #ccB12 $7 Details
    Add to cart

Bowls with the same note:

Best Singing Bowls

Menu Test