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Superfine Mahishasura-Mardini Goddess Durga
Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
18.20 inch Height X 11.50 inch Width x 7.80 inch Depth
13.00 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN696
$2295.00
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The Mighty and Mystical Ravana
Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
18.50 inch Height X 13.00 inch Width x 7.20 inch Depth
14.70 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN684
$2395.00
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 Nava Kannigal - The Nine South Indian River Goddesses
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6.20 inch Height X 3.00 inch Width x 2.00 inch Depth
4.50 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN621
$1395.00
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Small Singing Bowl - Tibetan Buddhist
Bronze Statue
2 inch X 4.2 inch x 4.2 inch-Bowl
5 inch-Stick
4 inch-Cushion Dia
0.28 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN659
$60.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl
Bronze , Cloth and Wood
2.20 inch X 4.7 inch x 4.7 inch-Bowl
5.5 inch-Stick
4.2 inch-Cushion
0.35 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN653
$40.00
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Lord Anjaneya (Hanuman)
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6.50 inch Height X 2.20 inch Width x 2.20 inch Depth
0.55 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN620
$295.00
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Cosmic Avatara of Bhagawan Krishna
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
10.00 inch Height X 6.50 inch Width x 3.50 inch Depth
1.70 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN573
$455.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl
Bronze Statue
2.5 inch X 5 inch x 5 inch-Bowl
5.5 inch-Stick
4.2 inch-Cushion Dia
0.45 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN657
$70.00
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Sachamara Rama Vani Savya Dakshina Sevita (From Lalita Sahasranama)
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
12.00 inch Height X 14.70 inch Width x 8.50 inch Depth
15.60 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN553
$2995.00
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Standing Hanuman, His Long Tail Making His Halo
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
9.30 inch Height X 3.50 inch Width x 3.10 inch Depth
1.30 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN589
$395.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl
Bronze , Wood and Cloth
3.20 inch X 6.6 inch x 6.6 inch-Bowl
6 inch
6.2 inch-Cushion Dia
0.75 Kg. Weight of Bowl
Item Code: ZEN654
$80.00
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Ritual Singing Bowl - Tibetan Buddhist
Bronze, Wood and Cloth
2.50 inch X 5.00 inch x 5.00 inch-Bowl
5.5 inch-Stick
4.5 inch-Cushion Dia
0.50 Kg. Weight of Bowl Only
Item Code: ZEN655
$65.00
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Navagrahas: Nine Planetary Gods - Surya, Chandra, Mangal, Budha, Brihaspati, Shukra, Shani, Rahu and Ketu
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6.00 inch Height X 2.20 inch Width x 2.20 inch Depth - avg size
3.90 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN582
$1595.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Small Singing Bowl
Bronze, Wood and Statue
1.8 inch X 4 inch x 4 inch Depth-Bowl
5 inch-Stick
4 inch-Dia
0.23 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN661
$40.00
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Bhagawan Vishnu as Dhanvantari - The Physician of the Gods
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6.00 inch Height X 2.50 inch Width x 2.00 inch Depth
0.34 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN583
$295.00
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Devi Lakshmi
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
7.80 inch Height X 6.00 inch Width x 3.20 inch Depth
1.40 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN575
$395.00
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Krishna Triumph Over Serpant Kaliya
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
8.40 inch Height X 3.70 inch Width x 2.90 inch Depth
0.58 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN576
$295.00
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Goddess Lakshmi with Big Arch
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
12.50 inch Height X 9.00 inch Width x 4.70 inch Depth
4.80 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN562
$695.00
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Lord Ganesha with Big Arch
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
12.60 inch Height X 10.60 inch Width x 5.80 inch Depth
8.50 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN561
$895.00
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Goddess Rajarajeshwari (Tripura Sundari) One of the Ten Mahavidyas
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
12.00 inch Height X 8.70 inch Width x 4.70 inch Depth
5.00 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN564
$795.00
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Four Armed Ganesha Standing Against the Arch
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6.70 inch Height X 4.20 inch Width x 2.30 inch Depth
0.90 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN566
$275.00
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Padmasana Devi Sarasvati (Kirtimukha Aureole)
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
8 inch Height X 6.20 inch Width x 4.00 inch Depth
1.70 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN567
$395.00
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Four Headed Bhagawan Brahma
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
4.70 inch Height X 3.20 inch Width x 2.70 inch Depth
0.68 Kg.
Item Code: ZEN555
$325.00
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Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl
Bronze Statue, Wood and Cloth
3.2 inch Height X 6.2 inch Width x 6.2 inch Depth-Bowl
7 inch-Stick
5.5 inch-Cushion Dia
0.75 Kg. Weight of Bowl
Item Code: ZEN544
$85.00
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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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