5423 Antique Thadobati Singing Bowl with simple and quiet low or high
Simple Thadobati with original patina and some faded circles inside. Simple and quiet when played with a soft mallet this bowl is a bit more lively when played with a hard one. Nice internal harmony either way. Longevity is fair, while you can get this bowl going with a simple ringing stick, by far the best rim play is with a wand. With overtones at A5, G6, D#7, D#5.
|Widest Diameter: 4 3/4 in||Height: 2 1/4 in|
|Weight: 0.6 lbs = 264 grams||Size: Small|
|Overall Thickness: Thin|
|Bowl Type: Thadobati|
|Artwork and etching state of preservation - Exterior: None Interior: Fair|
|Musical Note: D# 4, Middle Octave||Approx Frequency: 313 Hz|
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