Plays like a luxury (or more contemporary) version of a first generation Sabian Jack DeJohnette Signature ride(s) combined with a heavy Bosphorus Syncopation SW (if that makes sense). Dark, relatively short sustain, cutting bell, crashes OK. Goes well with other cymbals in the Xist Dry Dark and Agop Signature range.
Nice hammer marks. Edges are smooth but cymbal has some bend to it in one place. Seems to be common with this series; my guess is it is because of the heavy hammering/energy put into the cymbal, also my guess that the hammering is partially made by a machine hammer, operated by a human (I don't have sources on that though). Nothing to worry about, cymbal sounds good. Just good to be aware of.