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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/09

Weight: 200-250 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.

The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique.

Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/10

Weight: 250-300 g; Dimensions: 10.5 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.





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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/101

Weight: 300-375 g; Dimensions: 11 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.



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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/11

Weight: 375-425 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.



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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/111

Weight: 425-475 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 

Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.



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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/12

Weight: 475-525 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/121

Weight: 525-600 g; Dimensions: 13 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/13

Weight: 600-675 g; Dimensions: 14 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 

Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/14

Weight: 675-775 g; Dimensions: 14.5 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 

Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/15

Weight: 775-900 g; Dimensions: 16-17.5 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/16

Weight: 925-1050 g; Dimensions: 18-19 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/17

Weight: 1050-1150 g; Dimensions: 19-20 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/18

Weight: 1150-1250 g; Dimensions: 20-21 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/21

Weight: 1250-1325 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/23

Weight: 1325-1450 g; Dimensions: 21.5 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/25

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 22-23 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.



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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/26

Weight: 1600-1700 g; Dimensions: 23.5 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/261

Weight: 1700-1825 g; Dimensions: 24 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/262

Weight: 1825-1950 g; Dimensions: 25 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/27

Weight: 1950-2050 g; Dimensions: 30 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/28

Weight: 2050-2200 g; Dimensions: 28 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/281

Weight: 2200-2450 g; Dimensions: 28-29 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/29

Weight: 2450-2600 g; Dimensions: 29 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/30

Weight: 2600-2850 g; Dimensions: 30 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/32

Weight: 2950-3050 g; Dimensions: 30 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/321

Weight: 3050-3200 g; Dimensions: 31 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/33

Weight: 3200-3400 g; Dimensions: 33 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/34

Weight: 3400-3600 g; Dimensions: 34 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/35

Weight: 3600-3800 g; Dimensions: 35 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.


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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/36

Weight: 4000-4300 g; Dimensions: 36 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/37

Weight: 4300-4600 g; Dimensions: 36 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/371

Weight: 6100-6300 g; Dimensions: 38 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/38

Weight: 6400-6600 g; Dimensions: 41 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/39

Weight: 6600-6800 g; Dimensions: 39 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/441

Weight: 8300-8600 g; Dimensions: 44 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/45

Weight: 8600-8700 g; Dimensions: 45.5 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/46

Weight: 8900-9100 g; Dimensions: 46 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/48

Weight: 9400-9700 g; Dimensions: 48 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing bowl Chö-pa

Productnr.: NE0266/50

Weight: 10500 g; Dimensions: 50 cm

Singing bowl Chö-pa

A classical, hand hammered singing bowl, with its own unique sounds.
Composed of 8 (noble) metals: Copper, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Silver.
The percentages of the 8 metals, the diameter and the thicknesses of the various types of singing bowls provide the specific sound and overtone of each singing bowl. Each bowl is therefore unique. 


Detailed product description
Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made entirely by hand. Each singing bowl is carefully hammered by hand, which requires several steps. Initially, the various compositions of raw metals  for the preparation(copper, tin, nickel, zinc, iron, lead, silver and mercury), are melted int he furnace, according to the manufacturing requirements of either bronze, eight metals singing bowls and so forth. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into different sized gully cups and cube shapes. Then, the metal moulds are rolled out into circular metals sheets of the required size and thickness. The sheets are then hammered according to precise measurement specifications and categorized according to weight and size. For the hammering process, 4 to 5 metal sheets are stacked and then heated at very high temperature. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of skilled craftsmen until the heat in the metal cools. This process is repeated several times to form the desired size and shape of each singing bowl. (This is the reason for the fluctuations in the size and hand hammered singing bowls). Only if the meal glows red, can it be hammered. Actually, once cool, it loses its flexibility, becoming more fragile, and therefore risking the formation of cracks when struck.When the desired shape is achieved, the individual process of finely tuning and shaping each singing bowl begins. Finally, the individual singing bowls are engraved and the inner and outer surfaces smoothed flawlessly.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/0

Weight: 375-450 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268

Weight: 450-550 g; Dimensions: 13-15 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/00

Weight: 875-950 g; Dimensions: 18 cm

Singing Bowl Chake

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/000

Weight: 775-875 g; Dimensions: 19 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/01

Weight: 950-1050 g; Dimensions: 19-21 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/011

Weight: 1050-1150 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/012

Weight: 1150-1250 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/013

Weight: 1250-1350 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/014

Weight: 1350-1450 g; Dimensions: 23 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/015

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 22-25 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/016

Weight: 1550-1650 g; Dimensions: 22.5-26 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/019

Weight: 1800-1950 g; Dimensions: 24-26 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/020

Weight: 1950-2100 g; Dimensions: 25-27 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/0200

Weight: 2300-2400 g; Dimensions: 26-28 cm

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/021

Weight: 2400-2575 g; Dimensions: 29 cm

Is discontinued!

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/023

Weight: 2725-2850 g; Dimensions: 30.5 cm

Is discontinued!

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/03

Weight: 2850-2950 g; Dimensions: 30.5 cm

Is discontinued!

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Chaken

Productnr.: NE0268/031

Weight: 3000-3100 g; Dimensions: 31 cm

Is discontinued!

Singing Bowl Chaken

Singing Bowl Chaken from Nepal, with a very pure sound containing many overtones – bronze colour inside, dark outside.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/09

Weight: 225-250 g; Dimensions: 9.5 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/10

Weight: 250-300 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/101

Weight: 300-375 g; Dimensions: 10.5 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/11

Weight: 375-425 g; Dimensions: 11 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/111

Weight: 425-475 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/12

Weight: 475-525 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/121

Weight: 525-600 g; Dimensions: 13 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/14

Weight: 600-725 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/15

Weight: 725-825 g; Dimensions: 15.5 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/16

Weight: 950-1050 g; Dimensions: 18 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/19

Weight: 1050-1250 g; Dimensions: 19 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/21

Weight: 1250-1325 g; Dimensions: 22 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/23

Weight: 1325-1425 g; Dimensions: 21.5 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/25

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 22.5 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/26

Weight: 1.600-1700 g; Dimensions: 24 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/27

Weight: 1950-2050 g; Dimensions: 26 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/29

Weight: 2450-2550 g; Dimensions: 29 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/31

Weight: 2950-3050 g; Dimensions: 26-32 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/311

Weight: 3050-3250 g; Dimensions: 26-32 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/32

Weight: 3400-3600 g; Dimensions: 33 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/38

Weight: 6000-6300 g; Dimensions: 39 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/48

Weight: 6300-6500 g; Dimensions: 40 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/39

Weight: 6500-6800 g; Dimensions: 41 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/40

Weight: 7100-7300 g; Dimensions: 41 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/42

Weight: 7400-7600 g; Dimensions: 42 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/421

Weight: 7600-7800 g; Dimensions: 42 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/44

Weight: 8100-8300 g; Dimensions: 44 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/441

Weight: 8300-8500 g; Dimensions: 45 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-wa

Productnr.: NE0265/45

Weight: 8500-8700 g; Dimensions: 47 cm

Singing bowl De-wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl De-wa

Productnr.: NE0265/46

Weight: 8800-9000 g; Dimensions: 48 cm

Singing bowl De-wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl De-Wa

Productnr.: NE0265/50

Weight: 10.500 g; Dimensions: 50 cm

Singing bowl De-Wa

Singing Bowl De-Wa: original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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    > Singing Bowls Ishana black/gold - 10,00% discount

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/091

Weight: ± 200-250 g; Dimensions: ± 9 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/10

Weight: 250-300 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/101

Weight: 300-375 g; Dimensions: 10-11 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/11

Weight: 375-425 g; Dimensions: 11-13 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/111

Weight: 425-475 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/12

Weight: 475-525 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/121

Weight: 525-625 g; Dimensions: 14 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/14

Weight: 625-725 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing Bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/15

Weight: 725-825 g; Dimensions: 16 cm

Singing Bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please!
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. The weight of a singing bowl is an indication; mostly it will differ a little from what has been ordered. However, the exact weight of the delivered bowl(s) will be charged.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/151

Weight: 825-950 g; Dimensions: 18 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/16

Weight: 950-1075 g; Dimensions: 18.5 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please!
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/18

Weight: 1075-1200 g; Dimensions: 18.5 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please!
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/21

Weight: 1200-1325 g; Dimensions: 20.5 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please!
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/22

Weight: 1325-1450 g; Dimensions: 22 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/23

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 22.5 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/24

Weight: 1550-1700 g; Dimensions: 23 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/241

Weight: 1700-1800 g; Dimensions: 24 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/25

Weight: 1950-2100 g; Dimensions: 26 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/26

Weight: 2100-2250 g; Dimensions: 27 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/27

Weight: 2250-2400 g; Dimensions: 28 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/28

Weight: 2400-2550 g; Dimensions: 29 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/29

Weight: 2550-2750 g; Dimensions: 29.5 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/30

Weight: 2750-2900 g; Dimensions: 30 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/31

Weight: 2900-3050 g; Dimensions: 31 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/32

Weight: 3200-3400 g; Dimensions: 32 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/33

Weight: 3400-3600 g; Dimensions: 33 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge.

Attention: rubbing stick is to be ordered seperately.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/331

Weight: ± 4050-4250 g; Dimensions: ± 34 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/34

Weight: 4250-4450 g; Dimensions: 35 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/36

Weight: 4450-4650 g; Dimensions: 36 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/37

Weight: 4700-4900 g; Dimensions: 36 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/372

Weight: 5200-5400 g; Dimensions: 36 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/38

Weight: 5400-5600 g; Dimensions: 38 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/39

Weight: 5700-5900 g; Dimensions: 38 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please!
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/40

Weight: 6300-6500 g; Dimensions: 40 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/42

Weight: 6700-6900 g; Dimensions: 42 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please!
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/43

Weight: 7300-7600 g; Dimensions: 42 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/44

Weight: 7600-7800 g; Dimensions: 43 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/45

Weight: 7900-8100 g; Dimensions: 44 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/451

Weight: 8200-8400 g; Dimensions: 45 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/46

Weight: 8400-8600 g; Dimensions: 46 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/461

Weight: 8600-8800 g; Dimensions: 46 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/47

Weight: 8800-9000 g; Dimensions: 46 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/50

Weight: 10.400-10.600 g; Dimensions: 49 cm

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories.

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.
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Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Productnr.: NE0262/51

Weight: ±10.700-10.900 g; Dimensions: ±49 cm

Is discontinued!

Singing bowl Ishana black/golden

Attention please !
You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Very beautiful singing bowls! Inside golden, outside black, but for the polished upper edge. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/10

Weight: 250-300 g; Dimensions: 10.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/101

Weight: 300-400 g; Dimensions: 11 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/11

Weight: 400-450 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/12

Weight: 450-500 g; Dimensions: 11.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 

After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/13

Weight: 500-575 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 

After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/14

Weight: 575-675 g; Dimensions: 13.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 

After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Sining Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/17

Weight: 675-750 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Sining Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/18

Weight: 850-1000 g; Dimensions: 18 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/20

Weight: 1000-1150 g; Dimensions: 18.5 cm

Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/21

Weight: 1150-1350 g; Dimensions: 19.5 cm

Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/22

Weight: 1350-1450 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/25

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 21.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/26

Weight: 1600-1700 g; Dimensions: 23 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/261

Weight: 1700-2050 g; Dimensions: 25-27 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/27

Weight: 2050-2200 g; Dimensions: 28 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/31

Weight: 2400-2600 g; Dimensions: 30-32 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/32

Weight: 2800-2950 g; Dimensions: 31-32 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/33

Weight: 2950-3150 g; Dimensions: 30-33 cm

Singing bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/34

Weight: 3200-3600 g; Dimensions: 32-33 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/39

Weight: 6400-6600 g; Dimensions: 41 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/42

Weight: 7400-7600 g; Dimensions: 42 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/44

Weight: 8400-8600 g; Dimensions: 45 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/50

Weight: 10.500 g; Dimensions: 50 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Nada Yoga
Nada Yoga means 'unity through sound'. This is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation using sound. Meditation on sound is a universal path to self-realization that is accessible to all and can be applied by people of any religion or spiritual orientation.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.

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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/12

Weight: 300-400 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/14

Weight: 400-500 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/15

Weight: 500-600 g; Dimensions: 13-14 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/17

Weight: 700-800 g; Dimensions: 16-17 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/18

Weight: 800-900 g; Dimensions: 17.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/19

Weight: 900-1000 g; Dimensions: 19 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/20

Weight: 1000-1250 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/21

Weight: 1250-1500 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/23

Weight: 1500-1750 g; Dimensions: 23 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/25

Weight: 1750-2000 g; Dimensions: 25 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/27

Weight: 2000-2250 g; Dimensions: 27 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Nirmala

Productnr.: NE0281/28

Weight: 2250-2500 g; Dimensions: 28 cm

Singing Bowl Nirmala

Beauty in simplicity.

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing bowl Ohm gift set red

Productnr.: NE0292

Weight: 180 g; Dimensions: 8 cm

Singing bowl Ohm gift set red

Contents:
Singing bowl Ohm with beautiful decoration.
Singing bowl stick.
Singing bowl support pillow red with Ohm embroidery.
Gift box from lokta paper, colour red
Decorations can be differnt from showed picture!

Materials: metal mix (Cu, Zn, Sn, Ag, Ni, Cd, Ru, Pd, Pt, Cr, Mn).


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Singing bowl Ohm gift-set black

Productnr.: NE0293

Weight: 300 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Singing bowl Ohm gift-set black

Contents:
Singing bowl Ohm with beautiful decoration.
Singing bowl stick.
Singing bowl support pillow with Ohm embroidery.
Gift box from lokta paper, colour black
Decorations can be differnt from shown picture!

Materials: metal mix (Cu, Zn, Sn, Ag, Ni, Cd, Ru, Pd, Pt, Cr, Mn).


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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/09

Weight: 200-250 g; Dimensions: 9 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/10

Weight: 250-300 g; Dimensions: 9-10 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/101

Weight: 300-375 g; Dimensions: 10-10.5 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/11

Weight: 375-425 g; Dimensions: 11-12 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/111

Weight: 425-475 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/12

Weight: 475-550 g; Dimensions: 13.00 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/14

Weight: 575-650 g; Dimensions: 13.5-15 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/15

Weight: 650-800 g; Dimensions: 15.5 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/16

Weight: 800-900 g; Dimensions: 17 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/21

Weight: 1100-1200 g; Dimensions: 18.5-20 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/22

Weight: 1200-1350 g; Dimensions: 20-22 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior 

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/26

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 20-22 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/27

Weight: 1950-2050 g; Dimensions: 27.5 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/29

Weight: 2450-2550 g; Dimensions: 29 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl OHM (engraving)

Productnr.: NE0264/30

Weight: 2600-2800 g; Dimensions: 30 cm

Singing Bowl OHM: original singing bowl - with the OHM symbol engraved in the interior

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/15

Weight: 750-875 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Singing bowl

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks.
After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/16

Weight: 875-1050 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Singing bowl

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/21

Weight: 1050-1200 g; Dimensions: 23 cm

Singing bowl Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/22

Weight: 1200-1300 g; Dimensions: 23 cm

Singing bowl Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/24

Weight: 1300-1450 g; Dimensions: 24 cm

Singing bowl Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/25

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 25 cm

Singing bowl Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/26

Weight: 1550-1700 g; Dimensions: 26 cm

Singing bowl Klangschale Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/27

Weight: 1700-1850 g; Dimensions: 27 cm

Singing bowl Klangschale Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/28

Weight: 1850-2000 g; Dimensions: 28 cm

Singing bowl Klangschale Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/29

Weight: 2000-2150 g; Dimensions: 29 cm

Singing bowl Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing bowl Samadhi

Productnr.: NE0267/30

Weight: 2150-2300 g; Dimensions: 30 cm

Singing bowl Samadhi

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Singing Bowl Samadhi
Original, hand-hammered singing bowl from Nepal, with a wide, flared shape. 
Has a very special, long-lasting sound with beautiful overtones. The egde of the bowl is not thick. 
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/10

Weight: 300-400 g; Dimensions: 11-12 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/12

Weight: 400-500 g; Dimensions: 13-14 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/14

Weight: 500-600 g; Dimensions: 13-15 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/15

Weight: 600-750 g; Dimensions: 14-15 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/16

Weight: 750-900 g; Dimensions: 16-20 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/17

Weight: 900-1050 g; Dimensions: 19-21 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/19

Weight: 1050-1250 g; Dimensions: 20-21 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/21

Weight: 1250-1500 g; Dimensions: 22-24 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/24

Weight: 1500-1750 g; Dimensions: 26-28 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/26

Weight: 1750-2000 g

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/27

Weight: 2000-2250 g; Dimensions: 27-30 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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Singing Bowl Shanti gold-coloured

Productnr.: NE0285/28

Weight: 2250-2500 g; Dimensions: 29-31 cm

Singing Bowl Shanti

Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories

Original, hand hammered singing bowl from Nepal with a widened shape and a very special, long lasting sound. 

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.


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    > Singing Bowls Tibetan Designs carved - 10,00% discount

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Singing Bowl Tibet carved dark

Productnr.: NE0286/27

Weight: ± 1800-2160 g; Dimensions: ± 27×10 cm

Is discontinued!

Singing Bowl Tibet - hand carved dark

However, henceforth you need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Each singing bowl is unique, design/colour can be different as showed image.
Country of origin Nepal, pure sound containing many overtones - Colour Bronze.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl

Productnr.: NE0290/20

Weight: 900-1050 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Flower of Life - Healing Singing bowl, antique finishing

Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl

Productnr.: NE0290/21

Weight: 1050-1200 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl


Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl

Productnr.: NE0291/20

Weight: 900-1050 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl


Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl

Productnr.: NE0291/21

Weight: 1050-1200 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl


Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl

Productnr.: NE0291/22

Weight: 1200-1400 g; Dimensions: 22 cm

Flower of Life Healing Singing bowl


Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and shaping it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the making process, first the various composition of metals as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into dice to prepare a metal mould for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in needed size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, after precise measurement and categorized for weight and sized bowls. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled up, one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in metal, and then again processed to red heating, for a continuous beating process. This heating and beating  of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is formed. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will be proportionately different in a size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and breaks. After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning and heating and beating process. After finalizing the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, at the inside and outside.

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Singing Bowl Flower of Life

Productnr.: NE0294/32

Weight: 2850-3100 g; Dimensions: 32 cm

Singing Bowl Carved with Flower of Life and Buddhist symbols

Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several steps to complete the process and shaped it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the process, first the various composition of metals, as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in a furnace, according to manufacturing requirements, such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into a mould to prepare a metal disc for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in required size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, following precise measurement, and then categorised according to weight and size. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, for as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again processed to red-hot heating, for a continued beating process. This heating and beating of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is achieved. (That is why the hammered or carved singing bowls will be proportionately different in size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and break. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning heating and beating process. After finalising the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. Each individual singing bowl is then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, both inside and out.


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Singing Bowl Flower of Life

Productnr.: NE0294/33

Weight: 3100-3400 g; Dimensions: 33 cm

Singing Bowl Carved with Flower of Life and Buddhist symbols

Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Engraved or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several steps to complete the process and shaped it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the process, first the various composition of metals, as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in a furnace, according to manufacturing requirements, such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into a mould to prepare a metal disc for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in required size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, following precise measurement, and then categorised according to weight and size. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, for as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again processed to red-hot heating, for a continued beating process. This heating and beating of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is achieved. (That is why the hammered or carved singing bowls will be proportionately different in size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and break. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning heating and beating process. After finalising the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. Each individual singing bowl is then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, both inside and out.


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Singing Bowl black/gold Flower of Life

Productnr.: NE0294/331

Weight: 3100-3400 g; Dimensions: 33 cm

Singing Bowl Carved black/gold with Flower of Life and Buddhist symbols

Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Engraved or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several steps to complete the process and shaped it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the process, first the various composition of metals, as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in a furnace, according to manufacturing requirements, such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into a mould to prepare a metal disc for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in required size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, following precise measurement, and then categorised according to weight and size. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, for as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again processed to red-hot heating, for a continued beating process. This heating and beating of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is achieved. (That is why the hammered or carved singing bowls will be proportionately different in size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and break. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning heating and beating process. After finalising the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. Each individual singing bowl is then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, both inside and out.


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Singing Bowl Tibet hand carved

Productnr.: NE0286/15

Weight: 400-550 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing Tibet - hand carved

Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Engraved or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several steps to complete the process and shaped it into a perfect hand hammered singing bowl. In the process, first the various composition of metals, as raw materials (copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold and silver) are melted in a furnace, according to manufacturing requirements, such as for the making of bronze singing bowls or for seven metal singing bowls. The hot melted metal is removed from the furnace and poured into a mould to prepare a metal disc for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metal moulds are cut into round metal discs in required size and thickness. After that, these discs are hand beaten or hammered, following precise measurement, and then categorised according to weight and size. Regarding the hand hammering process of singing bowls, 4 to 5 metal discs are piled one upon the other, and then heated to red hot. The red hot metal sheets are hammered by a group of expert artisans, for as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again processed to red-hot heating, for a continued beating process. This heating and beating of the bundled and piled up metal discs continues until a desired shape and size is achieved. (That is why the hammered or carved singing bowls will be proportionately different in size and diameter with each individual singing bowl.) During the hammering process of these singing bowls, the metal disc can only be hammered during the time of being red hot, while it remains soft and flexible. Because when the metal gets colder, it will loose its softness and flexibility, which in turn makes the metal brittle and thus the bowl could be ruined. The reason behind this intensive working process is that the metal content (bronze or seven metals mixture) is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it looses its hot temperature and will get cracks and break. 

After completion of shaping the desired bowls, the individual work will start. At this stage, every bowl is brought into uniform shape and size, and once more, this can only be done during the red burning heating and beating process. After finalising the shape and size, more hammering is done for a final fine tuning and shaping of the singing bowls. Each individual singing bowl is then chiselled and scoured for the finishing touch, both inside and out.

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Singing Bowl Tibet hand carved

Productnr.: NE0286/151

Weight: 550-700 g; Dimensions: 14 cm

Singing Tibet - hand carved

Origin: Nepal, clear sound with a rich palette of overtones.
Rubbing sticks are to be ordered separately, see: Singing Bowl accessories.
The mentioned diameter is to give an indication. The scales are manufactured manually and so the diameter can vary.
Every bowl is unique, design/colour can be somwhat different from the photo displayed.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Engraved or hand hammered singing bowls are made by way of a complete hand hammering process. Every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several steps to complete t