Central Cham kingdom, classical period, 10th – 12th century. Executed in repoussé, the central image of this superb gold pendant shows the Vedic deity Indra, the god of rain, thunder and prosperity. Indra is shown in a rare dancing pose, flanked by two of his mounts, the elephant. His feet are resting on a pedestal, decorated with a red gemstone in the middle. There are four decorative inlaid gemstones (garnet, amethyst) around his head.