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Adorned Antique Thadobati Singing Bowl with unevenly fluttering sound #5096

1. Best L 6 Large Medium Mallet followed by L 8 single tap.
2 Medium Ringing Stick wood playing the overtone followed by FP Massive Yew Wand playing the fundamental note.
Bowl Type: Thadobati
Thickness: Thick
Widest Diameter: 5 1/4 in
Height: 2 1/2 in
Bowl Size: Small
Weight: 1.1 lbs = 482 grams
Rim Type: Thick, crumpled with Lines
Rim Thickness: 1/4"
Artwork and etching state of preservation:
Exterior: Fair
Interior: Good
Features: Adorned, Circle Pattern
Musical Note: E5 High Octave
Approximate Frequency: 648 Hz
Bowl Number: 5096


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Thick mid-sized Thadobati bowl with a crushed broad inner facing rim. The bowl has all the classical artwork of the oldest of this style. Unusual unevenly fluttering soundscape, for the most part the fundamental note. This is a high tone bowl that unusually seems to work in the belly. with a higher tone L8 mallet the bowl sings more of its overtone. Not so much longevity and the harmony is one for a specific taste. Surprisingly the rim goes to the overtone with basic wood. It takes the soft weight of a massive yew wand to play the u=fundamental. With overtone at A#6.

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