Thadobati singing bowls showcase distinctive features with their high walls, flat bottoms, and straight sides. The plain and unadorned lips respond beautifully when played with a mallet, creating a resonant and enchanting sound. These bowls, known for their ancient origins, trace back to at least the 15th century.
In addition to their classic form, Thadobati bowls may display various decorative markings. The most common ones typically have a bottom diameter slightly smaller than the opening diameter, reaching depths of up to 5 inches and sideways diameters ranging from 4 to 9 inches.
Thadobati bowls share similarities with Remuna in both shape and timbre, offering a harmonious soundscape. Mixing and matching Thadobati and Remuna bowls in sets can create a captivating and diverse musical experience.
In contrast, Remuna bowls feature inward-sloping walls, a flat bottom, and intricate artwork, often adorned with deep etchings and circles inside and out. These bowls boast two distinct textures on the outside, with a darker and rougher bottom half, providing a unique visual and auditory experience. Explore the rich world of Thadobati and Remuna singing bowls, where ancient craftsmanship meets timeless resonance.
Please note that antique bowl orders depend on availability.
Bespoke orders can take 1-2 months to ship.
Prices are calculated by weight.