Antique Baphuon Style Stone Khmer Sanskrit Stele with Nandi - 72cm / 29"
Measures - (Height) 72cm/29"
An antique Baphuon style stele depicting Nandi and a two figures in Baphuon style clothing. Sanskrit writing can also be seen on the Stele.
An exceptional image of Nandi mid-stride can be seen on the Stele. The base of the Stele is decorated with a a lotus flower design. The lotus flower represents purity, compassion and the giving of great joy to all.
The rear of the Stele is decorated with the Trident, Axe and Vase of Plenty.
The Stele is similar in style to Catalog Item 1760 at the National Museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Loose mounted to a wood base (later).
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