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Comes with a wooden stand.

This bas-relief depicts the faces which can be seen on the towers of the Bayon temple at the Angkor site (XIIth-XIIIth centuries). It was sculpted from a block of sandstone, which is the same material that was used to build the Bayon temple. Comes with a wooden stand.

This piece hand carved in sandstone depicts a graceful Apsara, or heavenly nymph, who is dancing. This bas-relief was inspired by the specimens that can be admired on Angkor Wat temple walls (XIIth-XIIIth centuries). Comes with a wooden stand.

The Polychrome Head of Jayavarman VII is a fine medium size statue representing one of the most productive and powerful kings who reigned over the Khmer empire of Angkor. It was inspired by a specimen located at the Preah Khan Temple of Kompong Svay (Bayon style, XIIth-XIIIth century).

This polychrome statue has been lovingly sculpted and decorated with fine gold leaf.

This delightful polychrome statue shows the god Ganesha, with his elephant head and human body. The figure of Ganesha, originally Hindu, is very popular in Asian cultures and now transcends many religious barriers. He is commonly worshipped by all branches of Hinduism, Jains and Buddhists.

The Buddha is displaying the "dispelling fear" pose, also known as the Abhaya mudra. The Abhaya mudra is one of the principal mudras in Buddhism, and seeks to bring out the individual's inner strength in order to banish fear and other unwanted emotions. The right hand is shown against the chest, palm outwards.

This painting illustrates a daily scene of the ancient Khmer people, when the elephant was a vital part of their lives, the heart of the culture, and an essential ally for construction or transportation. It was painted by hand on pure silk.

This scene shows a beautiful sunrise drawn in black and white. It was made with sketch technique only. The painting illustrates several typical Khmer houses standing over wooden sticks presumably along the Tonle Sap Lake, making this scene ideal for home decoration.