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$139.00
The Polychrome head of Buddha is a finely carved and gilded representation of the Buddha. In this small statue you can appreciate to detail the features the Buddha while meditating.

$99.00
This is a lovely stone carving of Pranhaparamita, often known as "the mother of all Buddhas"
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$149.00
The Stone Ganesha hand carved in sandstone is a medium sized statue that represents the Hindu deity called Lord Ganesha, which has human form and the head of an elephan

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This piece made in sandstone is called a ‘Linga and Yuni’, or ‘lingayoni’. It is one of the representations of god Shiva and his wife Parvati, which symbolizes the duality that merges into unity.   

$159.00
This charming little statue has been hand carved in sandstone by one of our artisans, and represents Jayavarman VII, one of the earliest Buddhist kings of the Khmer empire. Here Jayavarman VII is seen in the classic lotus posture of meditation.

$159.00
Created out of fine sandstone, this teaching Buddha statue depicts a smiling Buddha situated in the teacher pose, also called the vitaka mudra . Mudras indicate the function and nature of that specific deity

$139.00
This piece portrays the figure of the Great Mother kneeling in prayer. However, here we see the hermaphrodite version, neither male nor female, but encompassing all beings

$299.00
This statue made of sandstone depicts the Enlightened one seated on the coils of Mucilinda, the seven-headed king of the Naga (cobra-like snake) It was inspired by an image in the Bayon style dating from XIIth-XIIIth centuries.

$129.00
This nice bas-relief was totally hand carved in sandstone. It portrays a beautiful Devata who is dressing up. This piece was inspired by a specimen from Bayon temple (XIIth-XIIIth centuries) Comes with a wooden stand.

$239.00
This sandstone piece is a bas-relief depicting three celestial nymphs, also called ‘Apsaras’ who are dancing. Comes with a wooden stand.

$99.00
This graceful bas-relief depicts an Apsara doing her famous celestial hand gestures. The piece was carved in sandstone and was inspired by the Apsara images that can be found at Bayon temple (XIIth-XIIIth centuries). Comes with a wooden stand.