Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"
Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"

Apsara Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"

Material: Bronze

Origin: Cambodia

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  • Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Apsara Torso or Angel Statue - 52cm/21"

    Measurements H52cm/21"

    An antique Khmer style bronze Apsara or Heavenly angel in the Angkor Wat style.

    The Apsara is a female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist mythology, a celestial nymph or celestial maiden. Apsaras are beautiful, supernatural female beings. They are youthful and elegant, and superb in the art of dancing. They are often the wives of the Gandharvas, the court musicians of Indra. They dance to the music made by the Gandharvas, usually in the palaces of the gods, entertain and sometimes seduce gods and men.

    As caretakers of fallen heroes, they may be compared to the valkyries of Norse mythology. As ethereal beings who inhabit the skies, and are often depicted taking flight, or at service of a god, they may be compared to Angels.

    Apsaras are said to be able to change their shape at will, and rule over the fortunes of gaming and gambling. They are also associated with fertility rites. The Apsara is loose mounted on a wood base. 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 your home, office or sacred space. One of the most recognisable of the Asian deities this representation of the Apsara is sure to enlighten your home with endlessly timeless style.

  • The majority of orders will be shipped with DHL. This is a secure, express and fully tracked service.

    Items less than 2Kg we typically ship using Royal Mail.

    Once we receive your order we try to ship all orders the same or next working day.

    Large and/or fragile pieces requiring palletising, specialist crating and/or extra packaging may take a little longer. Palletised shipments will be delivered curbside.

    All orders over 35 GBP will be shipped free of charge.

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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.

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