Tuscon Gem Show and the most AMAZING thing I saw

I would have to say it was the Morganite and the White Gold Alchemy Singing bowls.


The Morganite bowl emitted such a high frequency that interwove itself so well I could barely hear it. The lady who showed them to me started laughing when I choose to play bowls with such high frequencies. She said “Not just anyone can work with frequencies that high but I always find it’s the leaders on this earth who are drawn to these bowls”

I have been familiar with Tibetan Singing bowls for years but to see them mixed in with gemstones and precious metals was a dream come true.

What’s a gemstone singing bowl? Let’s go back further, what’s a frequency?

Everything on Earth has its own frequency. Science has already proven this. A frequency is simply the speed at which something vibrates. Everything vibrates! The measurement for frequency is called “hertz” which is simply the number of cycles per second. 


The bowls emit a powerful, pure resonance. The larger bowls reverberate more, with the tone lingering longer. This happens because of the size and amount of crystal. The size of the bowl does not necessarily determine its note, although the larger bowls have lower octaves and notes. Each bowl is tested with digital technology to identify its sound. One will have a sense of which tone “feels” most right with individual needs or desires.

One of the bowls primary uses are for sound healing. When an organ or body part is healthy, it creates a natural resonant frequency in harmony with the rest of the body. When the vibration of a part of the body is out of harmony, we have dis-ease. With dis-ease, a different sound pattern is established in the affected part of the body. Car manufacturers also use this technology to locate and then figure out how to correct internal problems. It is also used in music more than you realize.

You can check it out for yourself http://www.crystalsingingbowls.com/

or listen to it  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLVJgMa3xtk 

One day I would love to play around with metal alloys and create a new one that would be made to create custom cymbals for drummers besides the usual brass alloys. We all love the sound of steel drums so I want to take it a step further..with GOLD and other metals. 

Enjoy the beautiful Day I’m heading out on my bike to the studio!

Quincy Rae

Quincy Jewels and; Design