Antique Style South Asia Bronze Shiva Linga / Lingnum & Yoni - 14cm/6"
Measures - (Height) 14cm/6"
A fine quality antique style bronze linga with yoni. A a symbol of fertility and energy it is an abstract or aniconic representation of the Hindu deity, Shiva. In traditional Indian society, the linga is rather seen as a symbol of the energy and potential of God, Shiva himself. The Linga is also decorated with the Ohm symbol.
The perfect traditional in appearance piece to bring serenity and timeless style to you garden, patio or sacred space.
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Just to say that I absolutely love the new Buddha you sent me - he's perfect and I am very proud and happy to own him. Many thanks for all your help,
Sue, London, UK
Very nice buddha statue. I am very happy. Beautiful colors and texture.Thanks
Yamil, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Delighted to report the Buddha has arrived safely and fits beautifully in one corner of my shrineroom.
Thank you and all good wishes
Yeshe, Orkney Islands, UK