Khmer Bronze Statue Of A Female Multi-Arm Celestial Hindu Goddess, Cambodia H 6'

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Seller: siamgalleryco (520) 96.3%, Location: Bangkok, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 163366236880 SIAM GALLERY Co. INVESTMENT LEVEL ANTIQUITIES, COLLECTIBLES, AND DECORATIVE ART BURMA. CAMBODIA. CHINA. INDIA. INDONESIA. JAPAN. LANKA. LAO. THAILAND. TIBET. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Khmer Bronze Statue of a Female Multi-Arm Celestial Goddess, Hindu 'Pala' Style. Cambodia 19/20th C. 183cm (6.0') Tall Description:x An exquisite Khmer Statue of a Female Celestial Goddess, probably that of an Apsara, Kali, or Lakshmi, stylistically and iconographically executed in traditional Hindu 'Pala' style. Cast in bronze, she is portrayed standing in a sensual frontal posture on a small lotus plinth. In this context, she can be understood as Shiva's active female manifestation, or Shakti, who rid the world of evil forces. XXXShe is beautifully modeled stands on a Lotus throne in the Tribhanga (triple flexion) posture, with a voluptuous figure, gracefully poised, depicted with 10 arms around her holding attribute and with the sacred thread( snake) about her shoulders, a well defined naked upper body and broad hips, covered by a long stylized Sampot wrap worn high on her hips, secured by an elaborate belt, tied at the front in an elegantly fashioned rosette clasp and looped jewels. Her youthful face with indigenous characteristics has arched eyebrows meeting at the center, accenting her almond-shaped eyes, a well-shaped nose, and wide mouth with an insipid smile. Her hair is piled tightly into an inter-connected 'Diadem' crown, surmounted by a domed ushnisha embellished with jeweled bands, and adorned with ornamentation about her headdress.XXX The figure has a smooth naturally aged dark grayish-green patina of molted variations, shows even wear on the entire piece, with weathering consistent with age. This skillfully executed image is a superb example of the Khmer culture and the artistic style and influence of the 'Pala' period. Its creator has modeled a gracious interpretation of the divine iconic goddess in human form, with lively imagination and conviction. Origin:xxxxxxxxx Seim Reap province, northwestern Cambodia. Composition:xx Bronze alloy, smooth to the touch, grayish-green mottled patina. Dimensions:xxx Height: 72.0 inches (183.0cm). Observation:xxx Excellent Condition. Please view detailed photos for overall quality and minor imperfections of the item.Remarks:xxxxxx Extremely well carved, given the technology and craftsman's tools of the period. Shipping: Item(s) shipped direct from Thailand worldwide, through Thailand Post Register Airmail (3-4 weeks) or Sea Freight (4-5 weeks) depending on size. All items shall include insurance, and will be handled with the utmost care and professionally packed. 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Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter Condition: An exquisite Khmer Statue of a Female Celestial Goddess, probably that of an Apsara, Kali, or Lakshmi, stylistically and iconographically executed in traditional Hindu 'Pala' style. Cast in bronze, she is portrayed standing in a sensual frontal posture on a small lotus plinth. In this context, she can be understood as Shiva's active female manifestation, or Shakti, who rid the world of evil forces. She is beautifully modeled stands on a Lotus throne in the Tribhanga (triple flexion) posture, with a voluptuous figure, gracefully poised, depicted with 10 arms around her holding attribute and with the sacred thread( snake) about her shoulders, a well defined naked upper body and broad hips, covered by a long stylized Sampot wrap worn high on her hips, secured by an elaborate belt, tied at the front in an elegantly fashioned rosette clasp and looped jewels. This skillfully executed image is a superb example of the Khmer culture and, Region of Origin: Southeast Asia, Age: 19/20th C., Primary Material: Bronze, Original/Reproduction: Original, Type: Statue - Khmer Female Deity / Goddess

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