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5307 Antique Thadobati Singing Bowl with clear well blended notes

Smooth Thadobati with light original patina. A well worn bowl that is smooth to the touch. Clear and clean high tone soundscape where the notes blend together really nicely. A good bowl to peacefully listen in to. Good longevity. Plays good off the smooth rim with simple wood , much better with a wand. Fast to volume with lasting 6th and 7th octave overtones. With overtones at F#6, F7, C8, C#6.

Widest Diameter: 4 1/4 inHeight: 1 7/8 in
Weight: 0.6 lbs = 284 grams
Size: Tiny
Overall Thickness: Average
Bowl Type: Thadobati
Artwork and etching state of preservation -  Exterior: Worn Smooth  Interior: Worn Smooth
Features: Premium
Musical Note: C# 5, High OctaveApprox Frequency: 544 Hz
Bowl Number: 5307

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