Rare 19th Century Antique Bronze Khmer Ganesha, Yoni & Naga Stupa - 15cm/6" Tall
Measures - (Height) 15cm/6"
Ca. 19th century antique bronze Ganesha, Linga and Naga adorned stupa. Ganesha is the elephant headed son of Shiva. He holds his broken tusk in one hand and a bowl of sweetmeats in another hand. In his early forms in India, Ganesha was associated with fertility. Later he became widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles and more generally as Lord of Beginnings and Lord of Obstacles, patron of arts and sciences and the deity of intellect and wisdom.
The base of the stupa contains a yoni representing fertility.
Encircling the Stupa are Naga seperents providing protection to the Stupa.
The Stupa is formed from two seperate, interlocking parts.
Provenance: Ex- UK Collection. All items are guaranteed to be as described. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all purchases upon request.
Styled after artistic techniques prevalent in the time of the powerful Khmer Empire of South East Asia. This traditional in appearance piece is sure to add a unique touch to any room of your home or workplace.
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A deity of contradictions, Shiva the Destroyer has a tumultuous history which is reflective of his many responsibilities and characterisations. His importance over the universe, but also his personality, make him a popular choice in Hindu art.