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TWO EAST INDIAN WOOD SCULPTURES, Ganesha
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TWO EAST INDIAN WOOD SCULPTURES, Ganesha the elephant god, the most popular zoomorphic Hindu deity depicted with elephant head on human body with four...

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  • Antique Indian Carved Wood Panel with Ganesha:
    South Asia, India, ca. late 19th to early 20th century CE. An impressive, finely carved wooden panel featuring the elephant-headed deity Ganesha (also spelled Ganesh), the ... [more like this]
  • South India Bronze Figure of a Standing Ganesha,
    Tamil Nadu: Raised on a black marble base. Overall:13 1/8 x 7 x 4 3/4 in. Height of Figure: 10 1/2 in.   Note: Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati, and is one of the ... [more like this]
  • Antique Indian Brass Ganesh Figure: South
    Asia, India, ca. late 19th to early 20th century. A very large, finely cast brass statue of the elephant-headed deity Ganesha (also spelled Ganesh), the Lord of Good Fortune ... [more like this]
  • A bronze figure of Ganesha dancing, India,
    probably 19th century, the four armed deity holding attributes with one foot resting on a lotus base, 10cm.high; also a small bronze figure of a seated Ganesha with his vehicle ... [more like this]
  • 19C. Indian Gilt Bronze Sculpture of Ganesha
    INDIA, 19TH CENTURY A large Indian gilt bronze sculpture of Ganesha. Ganesha is depicted seated on a conch shell holding an axe, cobra, and flower. The sculpture retains some ... [more like this]
  • Early 20th C. Indian Polychrome Wood Ganesha
    Statue: South Asia, India, ca. early to mid 20th century CE. A finely carved and hand-painted statue of the elephant-headed deity Ganesha (also spelled Ganesh), the Lord ... [more like this]
  • Antique Indian Brass Seated Ganesha, ex-Museum:
    South Asia, India, ca. mid-20th century CE. A stunning cast-brass statue of the elephant-headed deity Ganesha or Ganesh, the Lord of Good Fortune who provides riches, success, ... [more like this]
  • 20th c. Bronze Ganesha with Soapstone Figure
    of Immortal: Group of two 20th c. figural objects comprised of one Indian bronze figure of Ganesha and one Chinese carved soapstone figure of a man, possibly an immortal ... [more like this]
  • TWO INDIAN BRONZE FIGURES OF GANESHA AND
    LAKSHMI, circa 13th century or later. Ganesha standing in ardhaparyankasana, wearing a jewelled girdle and headdress, with four arms holding attributes; Lakshmi standing her ... [more like this]
  • FOUR CHINESE CAST STONE GARDEN FIGURES. The
    largest figure is a depiction of Ganesha seated on throne, the other three of seated foo lions in three sizes ranging from 8 to 14 inches tall. Height of Ganesha: 17.5 inches. ... [more like this]
  • Two Nepalese gilt bronze tantric images 19th/20th
    Century The first an esoteric figure of Ganesha standing on a rat and mongoose and with his four heads framed by his ten arms holding attributes and an ornate mandorla supported ... [more like this]
  • Jamini Roy (1887-1972) Parvati and Ganesha
    with attendants Color and ink on card, framed and glazed; depicting Parvati with her son Ganesha seated between two female devotees bringing offerings, signed lower right. ... [more like this]
  • VISCONTI: The Connoisseur Series Ganesha
    Maki-e Limited Edition Fountain Pen This exquisite pen is the prototype for the series dedicated to Ganesha, the Hindu elephant god, the Beginning. The pen was made and ... [more like this]
  • Seated Ganesha Bronze Early 20th Century
    Bronze with silver in areas seated Ganesha holding implements on lotus base. ... [more like this]
  • Collection of miniature Asian bronze and
    brass figurines Qing dynasty and later consisting of: 5 seals in the form of camel monkey and shishi H1 3/4'' to H2'' 2 Buddhas H3 1/4'' and H2 1/2'' Hindu goddess H1 1/2'' ... [more like this]
  • Gold Diamond and Ruby Ganesha Ringartistically
    designed in 18KT yellow gold in the form of the deity Ganesha's elephant head enhanced with a single diamond melee and ruby eyes with a satin and polished finish.Ring size ... [more like this]
  • Indian Bronze Ganesha Indian.  A cast bronze
    figure of a seated Ganesha wearing necklaces and a five-tiered crown unmarked; ht. 8.5 wd. 9.25 in. Ex Collection C.M. Tsang Denver CO Condition: Hand with rope is missing ... [more like this]
  • Khmer Figure of Ganesha Thailand 11th century-style.?
    A bronze ?bulbous casting of Ganesha lotus pods and?dessert balls in each hand. ?Fine oxidized patina; ht. 6.5 in. ... [more like this]
  • LARGE CARVED GILT WOOD ALTAR TO GANESHA:
    Polychrome decorated seated carved wood figure of the elephant Hindu god Ganesha holding a trident and axe with panel back ground, gilt accents. Overall measures 53'' h. ... [more like this]
  • A Javanese Figure of Ganesha A Javanese
    Figure of Ganesha 14TH CENTURY depicted seated on a double lotus plinth, the lower right hand holding his broken tusk, the trunk sampling the contents of a bowl held in the ... [more like this]

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