- Made in brass metal
- Size: 4 Inch diameter; 2.5 Inch high
- Weight: 450 grams
- Hand-painted for Buddhist décor in black color
- Made in Nepal
Singing bowls have been used for healing, meditation and religious practices India, Tibet and other parts of Asia for centuries. Now, westerners are also incorporating these unique musical instruments into their daily lives, using them at home for meditation, in yoga studios and for natural healing practices. If you're looking for a singing bowl that will easily produce pleasing tones and is very appealing to the eye, the 4" Handpainted Metal Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl Musical Instrument is the perfect solution.
The 4" Handpainted Metal Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl Musical Instrument is made to be a decorative design that will add to the decor or ambiance of a room when it is not in use. The bowl is machine constructed out of a metallic alloy and is then completely hand painted by a skilled artisan. The base color of the bowl is matte black. The rim is painted solid gold, and the remainder of the bowl is decorated with Tibetan characters and decorative patterning in matching gold. The bottom of the bowl is also painted on the inside, making this bowl simply stunning from any angle.
Measuring 4 inches in diameter by 2.5 inches in height, the 4" Handpainted Metal Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl Musical Instrument produces medium grade tonal quality and resonance and will satisfy most needs with the quality of its sound. The bowl weighs 450 grams and comes with a wooden stick for playing. This stick is modified from traditional designs, so that even a beginner can use it to produce soothing tones with the bowl right away. A cushion in traditional Tibetan fabrics accompanies the set. The cushion is designed to match the bowl; however, colors may vary.
Add some exotic Asian elegance to your decor and benefit from the use of a singing bowl as a part of your yoga practice, meditation or healing rituals. Order the 4" Handpainted Metal Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl Musical Instrument today.