Thailand Brass Dancing Shiva statue as Lord Nataraja - 7.5cm(3") Tall
Measures - (Height) 7.5cm/3"
Displaying the sheer brilliance of Thai workmanship this handcrafted statue of Shiva from HD Asian Art is a wonderful reproduction inspired by traditional statues of the period.
With perfect balance and proportions the sculpture depicts Shiva as Lord Nataraja, in traditional pose.
Fashioned from brass using the 'Lost Wax Method' the detail on the casting of this piece is impressive.
This traditional in appearance sculpture is sure to add a unique touch to your home, work or sacred space.
The piece is designed and crafted by hand. Our ability to purchase remarkable objects, such as this, direct from local villages and workshops ensures that much needed funds are invested in the local community. By purchasing these artisan items villagers throughout South-east Asia are benefited. Please email for more details.
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