Rare Antique singing bowl Jambati JF#141

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  • Size 11 3/8” x 4 7/8" (28.7 x 12.5cm)
  • Weight 73.9oz (2035g)
  • Fundamental Note: F#/Gb2 (Fa#/Sol2)
  • Fundamental(Hz): 92-93
  • Overtone Note: C#/Db4 (Do#/Reb4)
  • Overtone(Hz): 277-278
  • Style: Jambati
17th Century
Presenting an exceptional antique artifact, a rare and unique singing bowl hailing from an era long gone. This grand artifact comes in a stunning spots of dark patina that beautifully speaks of its age and history, further enhancing its charming visual appeal.

In addition to its physical allure, the powerful auditory effect of this antique singing bowl is a rare phenomenon. When put into action, it produces an enduringly tranquil and harmonious sound that carries an innate power to instill calm and balance. The resonating, serene melody exudes a tranquil aura that effortlessly disarms anxiety, instilling a deep relaxation within moments. 

The mechanical vibrations it generates are extraordinarily robust yet incredibly smooth, a paradoxical quality that intensifies the uniqueness of this antique piece. It's this delightful balance that renders this instrument a perfect massaging bowl, falling into the M-5 category. The use of this singing bowl has the potential to take a massage experience to new, unforeseen levels of relaxation and rejuvenation.

The bowl also holds the versatility of effortlessly oscillating between low and high tones, achievable simply by rubbing the rim with a suede-padded mallet. This flexibility in its acoustic range transforms the singing bowl into a versatile therapeutic tool. It can be used for personal meditative practice, facilitating a deeply immersive experience, and equally, it is excellent for group meditation sessions, becoming a unifying auditory bond for collective harmony and tranquility.
Its rich, resonant sound serves as an excellent medium for energy work, facilitating both physical and emotional healing processes.

Frequencies: 92 - 93Hz (F#2 Concert pitch). Monaural beats range Delta. 
First overtone: 277 - 278Hz (C#4 Concert pitch). Monaural beats range Delta. 
Other frequencies: 543Hz, 876Hz.
Includes complementary singing bowl cushion, striking mallet S1 and rubbing mallet R3.