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#2876 Rare Antique Singing Bowl (medium)


#2876 Rare Antique Singing Bowl (medium)

$ 955.00

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  • Circa: 19th Century
  • Type: "Void" Rare Singing Bowl
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Master-quality® Tibetan Singing Bowl:, 7″ Diameter; XX-Thick; Fundamental tone: A +6 Hz.; Rim tone D +4 Hz.; Hand-forged, mixed-alloy bronze.

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Master-quality® Tibetan Singing Bowl:, 7″ Diameter; XX-Thick; Fundamental tone: A +6 Hz.; Rim tone D +4 Hz.; Hand-forged, mixed-alloy bronze.

Please listen with earphones

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Master-quality® Tibetan Singing Bowl:

  • 7″ Diameter;
  • Extra-Thick;
  • Fundamental tone: A +2 Hz.;
  • Rim tone: E -10 Hz.;
  • Hand-forged, mixed-alloy bronze;
  • Circa 19th Century;
  • Bowl type: “Void


About the Sound Sample

First, you’ll hear the bowl struck on its upper outside edge with a 30mm Himalayan hardwood Tibetan-wool padded mallet. Next, you’ll hear the rim tone played with the leather end of a 30mm leather-padded mallet. Lastly, you’ll hear the fundamental tone played with the leather end of the same 30mm leather-padded mallet.



An enigmatic, premium quality bowl with geometric design patterns and construction which were made with remarkable consistency from the 15th through the 19th centuries. They feature a ribbon of dots surrounded by small circles on the exterior wall under the lip. This was an ancient, sacred geometric symbol. It was first seen in astrology as the Sun sign. It represented “the one becoming aware of his or her source”. In Himalayan, or Tibetan Buddhist context, we believe this symbol represented recognition of the Void — known in Buddhism as the Doctrine of Dependent Origination. Each individual is inseparable from the All. The dot is the contracted circle; the circle is the expanded don: as above, so below.

A pattern of concentric circles frame the ribbon, and also appear half way down the exterior wall. Another set of concentric circles orbit out from a small circle in the center of the basin. The patterns of concentric circles represented the infinite expansion of vibrations in the Universe. These markings actually depicted the function of the singing bowls: showing wave patterns emanating outward, they remind seekers throughout time that the vibrations of our thought, words and deeds resonate infinitely out into the Universe.

All Voids have a “pie-lip” construction, a primitive technique we first observed in 10th century bowl construction. In the forging process, the metal was folded over and the excess rim trimmed off, rather than simply being sheared off at the top.



Package Includes:

  • Certificate of Authenticity hand-signed by Shakti.
  • Tibetan silk-brocade Singing Bowl Cushion (shown above) in your choice of Tibetan Red, Royal Blue, or Plum.
  • 2-piece Professional Mallet Set (a 30mm Himalayan hardwood wool-padded leather-padded mallet).
  • Tips and Information Brochure: historical information, general metallurgical analysis, how to hold the mallet, playing around the rim, and advanced techniques.


You will receive the exact bowl you see and hear.

This Master-quality® singing bowl is amongst the finest caliber of singing bowls available in the world. Master-quality® means that these bowls have passed stringent tests for authentic antiquity, harmonic balance of sound, smoothness and ease of playing, sound volume and long sustain.


INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: All packages valued below $650 will be shipped USPS Priority Mail Express International. Packages valued over $650 will be shipped UPS Worldwide Expedited. All packages are insured and trackable via the internet for your protection. The buyer is responsible for all duties and taxes.

A signature is required for all orders valued over $150.

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 in