© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
Katalognummer: AB0319-1295
A BASTAR BRONZE OF GODDESS MOUNTED ON AN ELEPHANT
Bronze
India, 19th-20th century

This figure consists of seven parts, the elephant that acts a base, the swing frame base, two pillars, the crossbar, the goddess on a swing and the chattra. The elephant is very richly decorated with many circular and linear patterns to be seen across the entire elephants body. On the elephants head is a large spiral to be seen. The frame base has a lot of diamonds on its edges. On the top of the pillars are plaques with the symbols of moon and sunshine. The goddess on the swing is holing onto the swing with its left hand and the right is equipped with a sword, which is being leaning on the goddess right shoulder. The chattra is decorated with diamonds hanging down.

Dimensions: HEIGHT 43 CM
Condition: The chattra (roof) has a tiny hole at the centre and is missing a few decorations (diamonds). A part from that all seven pieces are easily attachable without any problems.
Provenance: Collection of an Indian gentleman

Nachverkauf:  sold/verkauft

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