The group consisting of three separate bronzes with the, for the Kondh tribe characteristic, ‘wire mesh pattern’. The largest bird is easily recognized as a peacock, with long tail feathers, crest plumage, spirals along the tail and typical avian feet. The second bird is depicting a young peacock. The last bird is likely an unusual variation of the peacock, with tripodal feet and large expressive rings around the long neck.
Dimensions: 9.1 x 9.2 – 12.2 x 13.4 CM (H x L)
Condition: Good condition, fine patina
Provenance: Galerie Zacke archive