Shiva Statue - Antique Khmer Style Bronze Mounted Koh Ker Style Shiva Torso Statue - 26cm/10"
Measures (Height) 26cm/10"
An antique Khmer style bronze Shiva torso, mounted on a wood base (later), in the distinctive pre-Angkor Koh Ker style.
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 Ohm symbol is shown on the front of the Lord's head as an ornament and the Trilochana of Shiva can be seen on his forehead - the Three-Eyed Lord. It is the eye of wisdom, free from “Maya”, the illusion, and duality of life. It is also believed to be the source of his untamed energy.
Shiva is part of the Hindu holy trimurti which includes Brahma and Vishnu
This beautiful statue has perfect balance and proportions which are the key to a fine Shiva sculpture.
The casting is beautiful as you can see in the fine details of the face. Each detail is rendered perfectly.
The distinctive azurite and malachite patina of the piece is also particularly delightful.
The sculpture provides the perfect traditional in appearance Shiva to bring serenity and timeless style to your home, office or sacred space.
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Large and/or fragile pieces requiring palletising, specialist crating and/or extra packaging may take a little longer. Palletised shipments will be delivered curbside.
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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.
Vishnu is one of the most prominent deities in Hinduism, known as the preserver and protector of the universe. His worship is central to the Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism. In this blog post we explore a little about the history, mythology, and symbolism of Vishnu.