Antique Khmer Style Bronze Standing Angkor Wat Style Shiva with Spear -93cm/37"
Measures - (Height) 93cm/37"
An antique Khmer style Angkor Wat style Ardhaparyanka Shiva. As the destroyer, Shiva is regarded as limitless, transcendent and unchanging. Shiva is also regarded as the patron god of yoga, meditation and arts. The sculpture is loose mounted on a wood base.
In his hand Shiva is holding a spear or Jayantha Vel which contains the power of the third eye of Lord Shiva.
A serene Shiva with beautiful detail and patina.
This traditional in appearance piece is sure to bring serentity to your home, office or sacred place.
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We genuinely hope that all purchases delight.
However, if they do not, regardless of reason, we will refund all orders upon receipt of the unwanted item. Just notify us within 14 days of receiving your order that you wish to make a return and send the piece back to us with 30 days of delivery.
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.