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  • 330.00

    Medicine Buddha Singing Bowl 1500-2000g


    This Medicine Buddha Singing Bowl comes with an image of the Medicine Buddha portrayed at the bottom of the bowl. All singing bowls come with a wooden beater.

    Beaten Singing Bowls

    Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made using a hand hammering process. This requires several processes to shape it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl.

    The manufacturers make each singing bowl with seven metals, copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver. They melt the metals in a furnace. The molten metal is then poured into die to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, they cut the round metal moulds into round metal discs in the required size and thickness. Finally, they hand beat or hammer the discs and categorise them for weight and size.

    They pile up several discs, one upon the other, and then heat them so they are red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal. They then reheat the metal to continue the beating process. Eventually they achieve the desired shape and size. However, this repetitive process is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will all be different from each other in size and diameter.

    They can only work on the metal when it is red hot. When the metal cools, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn would make the metal brittle. If worked upon when the metal is too cool the bowl will crack and break.

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  • 68.00

    Singing Bowl 525-600g

    This Singing Bowl is an original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal. It has a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.  It weighs up to 600g. All singing bowls come with a wooden beater

    Beaten Singing Bowls

    Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made using a hand hammering process. This requires several processes to shape it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl.

    The manufacturers make each singing bowl with seven metals, copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver. They melt the metals in a furnace. The molten metal is then poured into die to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, they cut the round metal moulds into round metal discs in the required size and thickness. Finally, they hand beat or hammer the discs and categorise them for weight and size.

    They pile up several discs, one upon the other, and then heat them so they are red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal. They then reheat the metal to continue the beating process. Eventually they achieve the desired shape and size. However, this repetitive process is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will all be different from each other in size and diameter.

    They can only work on the metal when it is red hot. When the metal cools, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn would make the metal brittle. If worked upon when the metal is too cool the bowl will crack and break.

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  • 67.00

    Singing Bowl 725-825g

    This Singing Bowl is an original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal. It has a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.  It weighs up to 825g. All singing bowls come with a wooden beater

    Beaten Singing Bowls

    Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made using a hand hammering process. This requires several processes to shape it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl.

    The manufacturers make each singing bowl with seven metals, copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver. They melt the metals in a furnace. The molten metal is then poured into die to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, they cut the round metal moulds into round metal discs in the required size and thickness. Finally, they hand beat or hammer the discs and categorise them for weight and size.

    They pile up several discs, one upon the other, and then heat them so they are red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal. They then reheat the metal to continue the beating process. Eventually they achieve the desired shape and size. However, this repetitive process is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will all be different from each other in size and diameter.

    They can only work on the metal when it is red hot. When the metal cools, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn would make the metal brittle. If worked upon when the metal is too cool the bowl will crack and break.

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  • 120.00

    Singing Bowl 950-1050g

    This Singing Bowl is an original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal. It has a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.  It weighs up to 1,050g. All singing bowls come with a wooden beater

    Beaten Singing Bowls

    Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made using a hand hammering process. This requires several processes to shape it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl.

    The manufacturers make each singing bowl with seven metals, copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver. They melt the metals in a furnace. The molten metal is then poured into die to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, they cut the round metal moulds into round metal discs in the required size and thickness. Finally, they hand beat or hammer the discs and categorise them for weight and size.

    They pile up several discs, one upon the other, and then heat them so they are red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal. They then reheat the metal to continue the beating process. Eventually they achieve the desired shape and size. However, this repetitive process is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will all be different from each other in size and diameter.

    They can only work on the metal when it is red hot. When the metal cools, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn would make the metal brittle. If worked upon when the metal is too cool the bowl will crack and break.

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  • 39.50

    Tingsha Bells Om

    The Tingsha Bells Om come decorated with the Om mani padme hum mantra. This is the mantra of compassion and of purifying. In addition, used in balancing the male energy of method and the female energy of wisdom.

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  • 29.95

    Tingsha Bells Prosperity

    The Tingsha Bells Prosperity come with the Tibetan Eight Auspicious Symbols that show the path to Enlightenment.

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