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19th C. Burmese Brass Kyeezee / Meditation Gong

Southeast Asia, Burma, ca. 19th to 20th century CE. A heavy, large, solid brass triangular meditation gong, known as a kyeezee. It is thick in cross-section and has relief characters in the Burmese alphabet on one face. A hole through the upper part allows it to be hung and played. When struck, it makes a piercing, bell-like sound. Spinning it as it hangs yields a warbling sound. Still playable! Size: 17.25" W x 12" H (43.8 cm x 30.5 cm)

Condition: Dark patina on surface. Small nicks and dings on surface commensurate with age. The motifs on the surface are still mostly clear.

Provenance: private Hawaii, USA collection

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