A Collection of Very Old Tarvati Singing Bowls

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  • Sold Individually.  Each one of these amazing Tibetan bowls are hand picked by DharmaShop owners, Sander and Christy Cohen.  Each bowl is hand chosen by them for quality and sound from an amazing collection of old bowls in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • These are all around 4 to 5 inches in diameter and about 2 to 3 inches deep.  Each bowl is totally unique and weighs about 8-12 oz.
  • This product listing is for one individual old bowl from the exquisite collection.

A note from Sander - I have recently had a change of opinion about the age of these bowls.  I have never been comfortable with the term "antique," as many sellers try to convince people that bowls are from the 15th or 16th century, which I believe is false.  After seeing much of the data that has come back over the years, I do think these bowls predate the Chinese occupation.  Many of them have been dated back hundreds of years.  I still prefer to sell bowls by quality, rather than for their age, and only choose remarkable bowls by hand.

Sound recording serves as an example of an Old Taravati Singing Bowl.  Each bowl has its own unique tone as well as antique physical characteristics.  Each bowl comes with a soft wood striker.  Bowls sold individually. 

All sound recordings are made by striking the bowl once with our Handcrafted Red Wool Mallet! 

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David O.
United States United States
Very Old Tarvati Bowl

These very old bowl have a wonderful tone and they ring for quite a while, showing the craftmanship involved in making them.

United States United States
This is a real singing bowl

I have always wanted a singing bowl. But I wanted a real one, not a machine-made bowl. I ordered one of these Tarvati bowls and quickly received a clearly hand-made singing bowl with a great deal of sustain. I am a woodworker by trade and recognize the difference between hand and machine made pieces of work. This is an old hand-crafted singing bowl that came from the other side of the world that is a welcome accessory to my meditation. This is the best singing bowl you’ll ever find with a $120 price tag.

Brad B.
United States United States
Very Old Tarvati Singing Bowls

Beautiful sound. A smaller bowl than others I have but a wonderful tone.

Susan B.
United States United States
A lovely bowl

The singing bowl has a dark patina as though from age. The sound is pleasant and resonates for a long time. I'm happy with my purchase.

David S.
United States United States
Beautiful Bowl!

I love my Old Tarvati Singing Bowl. It looks beautiful and makes a beautiful rich sound. The smaller size is also perfect for me. I love thinking about the history of the bowl, who has used it, what it has witnessed...

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