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3.8 kg
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Incense Sticks Holder
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0.26 kg
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Prayer Whell on Stand
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0.6 kg
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$175.00
Goddess Lakshmi Lamp
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0.37 kg
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Tibetan Buddhist Enshrined Prayer Wheel
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0.14 kg
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Tibetan Buddhist Enshrined Prayer wheel
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5.7 inch Height x 5.3 inch Width x 3.3 inch Depth
0.24 kg
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Tibetan Buddhist Vajra Chopper
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0.16 kg
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Ritual Box
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0.51 kg
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$325.00
Tibetan Buddhist Large Bell Dorje
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9.3 inch Height x 4.4 inch Width x 4.4 inch Depth - Bell
1.8 inch X 7.5 inch X 2.5 inch-Dorje
1.27 kg
Item Code: ZCD40
$225.00
Tibetan Buddhist Enshrined Prayer Wheel
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5.0 inch Height x 4.0 inch Width x 2.3 inch Depth
0.13 kg
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$30.00
Shri Yantra
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1.4 inch Height x 3.5 inch Width x 3.5 inch Depth
0.35 kg
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$75.00
Lord Ganesha Ritual Box with Lids
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3.6 inch Height x 4.0 inch Width x 4.0 inch Depth
0.69 kg
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$40.00
Tribal Pen Holder from Bastar
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3.2 inch Height x 2.0 inch Width x 2.0 inch Depth
0.16 kg
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$30.00
Laughing Buddha Head Table Piece
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4.7 inch Height x 3.7 inch Width X 3.7 inch Depth
1.3 kg
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Mother and Child (Tribal statue)
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0.47 kg
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0.86 kg
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10.4 inch Height x 7 inch Width X 4.2 inch Depth
2.5 kg
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$175.00
Laughing Buddha (Table Piece)
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3.2 inch Height x 2.9 inch Dia
0.8 Kg
Item Code: ZCD15
$40.00
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13.0 inch Height x 7.5 inch Width x 4.9 inch Depth
7.06 Kg
Item Code: ZCD16
$295.00
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9.8 inch Height x 8.0 inch Dia
27.8 inch Chain Length
2.27 Kg
Item Code: ZCD17
$255.00
Tribal Pen Holder from Bastar
Brass
4.0 inch Height x 3.0 inch Width x 2.9 inch Depth
0.5 kg
Item Code: ZCD19
$85.00
Goddess Durga with Dress
Brass Statue
5.0 inch Height x 4.2 inch Width x 1.6 inch Depth
0.7 kg
Item Code: ZCD24
$135.00
Pair of Ducks
Brass Statue
2.2 inch Height x 4.3 inch Width x 1.5 inch Depth
0.14 kg
Item Code: ZCD25
$25.00
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$40.00
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3.2 inch Height x 2.0 inch Width x 2.0 inch Depth
$30.00
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