Antique singing bowl Jambati JE135

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  • Fundamental Note: E2 (Mi2)
  • Fundamental(Hz): 80-82
  • Overtone Note: B3 (Ti3)
  • Overtone(Hz): 240-247
  • Style: Jambati
19th Century
Behold a Gem from the Past: An Exceptionally Large-Diameter Jambati, a Rarity in Perfect Form and Sound. Bowls of this magnificent size and unmatched quality were the crown jewels for European collectors from the late nineties until 2012-2014. Most, like this Jambati, have been the pride of private collections, preserved meticulously through the years. Now, through the gracious choice of its keeper, this bowl is ready to embark on a new journey.

Note: This is not an ordinary instrument for casual practices or to be used as a fashionable stepping stone. Instead, it's destined for ceremonial greatness, enhancing rituals and making an illustrious addition to rare antique bowl collections.

With just a touch of the suede-padded mallet, it effortlessly produces a rich fundamental tone, and with the wooden end, a captivating overtone. A true relic of sonic history, waiting to be treasured.
Frequencies: 80 -82Hz (E2 Concert pitch). Monaural beats range Delta. 
First overtone: 240-247Hz (B3 Concert pitch). Monaural beats range Theta. 
Other frequencies: 472Hz, 772Hz, 1116Hz.
Includes complementary singing bowl cushion, striking mallet S1 and rubbing mallet R3.