Antique Khmer Style Bronze Angkor Wat Style Vishnu Statue - 45cm/18"
Measures (Height) 45cm/18"
Antique Khmer style Angkor Wat style Vishnu statue.
Standing in samapada with his arms radiating around him and clad in a short sampot with fishtail pleat and jeweled sash, the face with wide features surmounted by a cylindrical headdress.
In his hands he holds a conch shell, mala beads, holy writings and lotus bud. His softly contoured face with indigenous characteristic has a serene downcast expression, with heavy-lidded eyes, arched eyebrows carved in relief meet in the middle above a well-shaped broad nose, and wide lips with an insipid smile are framed by a second incised line.
The head is covered in tightly braided woven hair, enhanced by a cylindrical-shaped 'Chignon' style topknot, secured by a ribbon. This traditional in appearance piece is sure to add a unique touch to any room of your home or workplace.
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Often considered as one of the most important and prolific gods of Hinduism, Shiva symbolised and is symbolised in many ways. His main role within the triumvirate of Hindu gods is the Destroyer, and yet with the power of creation also tucked up one of his multiple sleeves, it is no wonder that he takes different forms and patronises many different aspects of Hindu life.