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2571 Antique Thadobati Singing Bowl with with somooth complexity

Thadobati with sharp artwork and a flat bottom. The bowl appears thick because of the double rim but the rest of it is not. An even tempered soundscape with lots of complexity makes this a smooth sounding bowl. The tones play and slowly change, no jumpiness in the interactions. Large ringing stick needed to pull out the best sound. With overtones at F#5, C#6, C7.

Widest Diameter: 5 1/8 inHeight: 2 1/2 in
Weight: 0.9 lbs = 399 grams
Size: Small
Overall Thickness: AverageApprox Rim Thickness: 3/16″
Bowl Type: Thadobati
Artwork and etching state of preservation -  Exterior: Very Good  Interior: Very Good
Musical Note: F 4, Middle OctaveApprox Frequency: 369 Hz
Bowl Number: 2571

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$125

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