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Tibetan Buddhist Small Singing Bowl
Bronze Statue, Wood and Cloth
1.8 inch Height X 4.3 inch Width x 4.3 inch Depth-Bowl
5.5 inch-Stick
3.7 inch-Cushion Dia
0.30 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN508
$40.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Small Singing Bowl
Bronze Statue, Cloth and Wood
2.1 inch Height X 4.2 inch Width x 4.2 inch Depth-Bowl
5 inch-Stick
3.5 x 3.5 inch-Cushion Dia
0.32 Kg. -Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN510
$60.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl
Bronze Statue, Wood and Cloth
2.2 inch Height X 4.7 inch Width x 4.7 inch Depth-Bowl
5.5 inch-Stick
3.7 inch-Cushion Dia
1.00 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN512
$138.00
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Six Headed Karttikeya Seated on a Peacock (Murugan)
Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
7.50 inch Height x 6.70 inch Width x 3.00 inch Depth
1.7 Kg.
Item Code: ZEM330
$795.00
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Vrishavahana Shiva
Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
12.30 inch Height x 5.00 inch Width x 3.70 inch Depth
3.5 Kg.
Item Code: ZEM319
$755.00
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Tibetan Buddhist - Bhumisparsha Buddha Singing Bowl (Made in Nepal)
Bronze Statue, Cloth and Wood
3.6 inch Height X 6.8 inch Width x 6.8 inch Depth-Bowl
7 inch-Stick
6 inch-Cushion Dia
0.90 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN477
$130.00
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Panchamukhi Hanuman
Bronze Statue
21.8 inch Height x 10.3 inch Width x 6.7 inch Depth
9.4 kg
Item Code: ZEE44
$595.00
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Lord Krishna with Serpent Kaliya
Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
20.7 inch Height x 8 inch Width x 6 inch Depth
7 kg
Item Code: ZM48
$1295.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl
Bronze Statue, Cloth and Wood
2.7 inch Height X 5.2 inch Width x 5.2 inch Depth-Bowl
5 inch-Stick
5 inch x 5 inch-Cushion
0.40 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN453
$118.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Shakyamuni Buddha Singing Bowl - Made in Nepal
Bronze Statue, Cloth and Wood
3.2 inch Height x 7.2 inch Width x 7.2 inch Depth-Bowl
7.5 inch-Stick
6 inch-Cushion Dia
0.87 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN454
$133.00
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Saint Karaikal Ammaiyar
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Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6 inch Height x 5.2 inch Width x 3.4 inch Depth
1.3 kg
Item Code: ZCW73
$399.00$299.25
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Bronze Puja Kalash
Bronze
3.9 inch Height X 4.2 inch Width X 4.2 inch Depth
0.4 kg
Item Code: ZDJ69
$68.00
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Six Faced Mukhalingam
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Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6 inch Height x 4.7 inch Width x 4.7 inch Depth
1.4 kg
Item Code: ZCU33
$499.00$374.25
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Lord Balaji Wall-Hanging, A Multitude Of Lamps At His Feet
BRONZE STATUE FROM BANGALORE
21.00 inch Height x 14.00 inch Width x 7.80 inch Depth
7.0 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN010
$655.00
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Ornate Mother Lakshmi Wall-Hanging Lamp
BRONZE STATUE FROM BANGALORE
21.00 inch Height x 14.00 inch Width x 7.50 inch Depth
7.4 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN011
$655.00
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Set of Seven Musical Ganeshas
BRONZE STATUE FROM SWAMIMALAI
5.70 inch Height x 2.50 inch Width x 2.50 inch Depth -avg size
5.2 Kg.
Item Code: ZEM998
$855.00
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Superfine Lord Venkateshvara as Balaji at Tirupati
Bronze Statue from Bangalore
35.70 inch Height x 20.50 inch Width x 12.50 inch Depth
54.0 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN241
$4295.00
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Bhagawan Hayagriva With Devi Lakshmi
Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
9.60 inch Height x 6.60 inch Width x 4.00 inch Depth
2.4 Kg.
Item Code: ZEM323
$499.00
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Fine Dhanvantari - The Physician of the Gods (Holding the Vase of Immortality)
Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
24.30 inch Height x 12.00 inch Width x 9.50 inch Depth
20.5 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN154
$1795.00
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The Flying Plaits Of Lord Nataraja
Copper Statue From Nepal
12.50 inch Height x 11.30 inch Width x 5.20 inch Depth
2.5 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN124
$429.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Monastery Gong on Stand
Bronze and Wood Statue
26.00 inch Height x 22.00 inch Width x 11.50 inch Depth - Stand
13.7 inch - Gong Dia
4.4 Kg.- Total Weight
1.1 kg- Gong
Item Code: ZEN158
$279.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl with Image of Lord Buddha in Dharmachakra Mudra - Made in Nepal
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Bronze Statue
3.70 inch Height x 9.00 inch Width x 9.00 inch Depth -Bowl
1.5 inch -Stick
7 inch -Cushion Dia
1.3 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN229
$148.00$111.00
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Warrior God Kartikeya With Devasena And Valli
BRONZE STATUE FROM BANGALORE
23.80 inch Height x 16.50 inch Width x 8.80 inch Depth
20.0 Kg.
Item Code: ZEM590
$1295.00
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Tribhanga Murari Amuses His Friend, The Cow
BRONZE STATUE FROM BANGALORE
32.50 inch Height x 21.00 inch Width x 17.00 inch Depth
54.5 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN062
$3995.00
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The Unsurpassed Elegance Of Bronze
While the finest of the bronze sculptural tradition of India is to be found in temples of the South, the pieces curated here do a great job of conveying the workmanship and beauty of the skill of working with bronze. Bronze-sculpting began with the Pallava dynasty in the eighth century in the Tamil districts of Thanjavur and Tiruchirapalli, but gained momentum under the patronage of the Chola dynasty in the tenth and eleventh centuries. Metal followed stone as a medium as the Pallavas came to power. Despite the period of classical sculpture having ended in the eighteenth century, to this day Tamil Nadu continues to produce superb bronze art in keeping with the eye-watering standards established by the forefathers of present-day sculptors.

The cire-perdue method, popularly called the vanishing-wax method, is followed up with finishing sculptural touches, which means that the bronzes you see on this page are the best of modelled as well as carved. Besides a few Buddhist and Jain images, bronze sculptures usually draw from the Hindu pantheon, from handheld icons for home temples to larger-than-life sculptures designed for the elaborate processions the South is famous for. Typically fully formed in all angles of view - the hallmark of quality bronze sculpting - an unputdownable dynamicism, a subtle tension of quivering balance, and unsurpassed elegance characterise this thoughtfully curated collection.

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"Shiva the Hindu god of destruction is also known as Nataraja, the Lord of Dancers (In Sanskrit Nata means dance and raja means Lord). The visual image of Nataraja achieved canonical form in the bronzes cast under the Chola dynasty in the tenth century AD, and then continued to be reproduced in metal, stone and other substances right up to the present times. The Chola Nataraja is often said to be the supreme statement of Hindu art."
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"The Buddha image...has constantly been under debate as to its origin and evolution...Some believe that the first Buddha image had come into being during the lifetime of the Buddha himself...For most scholars however...he earliest Buddha images come from around...some five hundred year after Buddha's Mahaparinirvana...early Buddhist art...sought to represent him by a number of symbols, or material motifs, which had remained associated with him...These motifs, the empty throne and stupa in particular, depicted rather, and with utmost thrust, only Buddha's absence, as it was in his absence that his devotees realized the presence of their Master...the artists, working as per the Buddhist tradition itself, saw Buddha more in the Dharma rather than in a human form...Even during the subsequent late phase...not a single Buddha image...has so far come to light, which does not depict one aspect or the other of the Dharma...It does not so much portray the Buddha as it does the Dharma..."
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