Seller: siamgalleryco (554) 100%, Location: Bangkok, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 163643457537 SIAM GALLERY Co. INVESTMENT LEVEL ANTIQUITIES, COLLECTIBLES, AND DECORATIVE ART BURMA. CAMBODIA. CHINA. INDIA. INDONESIA. JAPAN. LANKA. LAO. THAILAND. TIBET. RARE KHMER FEMALE FIGURE AT A GREAT VALUE. Khmer Bronze Female Deity Figure, Angkor Wat, 'Bayon' Style. Cambodia 18th C. Description: A superb and rather large 18th century interpretation of a bronze Khmer Female Deity Figure, probably that of 'Uma', beautifully executed in traditional Angkorian 'Bayon' style of the Khmer Era, elegantly modeled with intricate detail, measuring 13.0 inches (33.02cm). XXX She stands in 'Samabhanga' with her feet firmly planted on a small square plinth, with both arms extended holding two attributes, the lotus bud, gracefully poised, depicted with a slender profile, and well defined naked upper body, partially covered in a long stylized sampot, worn high on the hips, with the navel visible, secured by a decorative belt oramented with hanging pendants, and complimented by a wide central panel draped in a double fish-tail.XXXShe wears vertical striated hair gathered into a dome-shaped 'Ushnisha', bound by an inter-connected 'Diadem' crown, rising to a small ornament finial on top. Her indigenous face is serene with a downcast expression, beautifully almond-shaped eyes, with arched eyebrows set above a prominent nose, and nicely detailed bow-shaped lips with an insipid smile, and elongated earlobes adorned with Khmer style earring pendants frame her face. She is further adorned with a lovely jeweled necklace draped with hanging pendants, armlets, bracelets on both of her arms, and anklelets.XXX The figure has a smooth naturally aged dark brown patina, lightly encrusted with molted variations of malachite oxidation, on the entire piece. This skillfully executed image of Uma, is a superb example of the Khmer culture and its dynamic artistry. Its creator has modeled a gracious interpretation of the divine iconic goddess in human form, with lively imagination and conviction. Data Observation: Please view detailed photos for overall quality and minor imperfections of the item. Dimensions: Height: 13.0 inches (33.02cm). Note: Based on size, weight, and packaging - this statue will be shipped by "International Airmail". Shipping: Item(s) shipped direct from Thailand worldwide, through Thailand Post Registered Airmail (3-4 weeks) or Sea Freight (4-5 weeks) depending on container size and weight. 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Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter Condition: A superb 18th century interpretation of a bronze Khmer Female Deity Figure, probably that of 'Uma', beautifully executed in traditional Angkorian 'Bayon' style of the Khmer Era, elegantly modeled with intricate detail, measuring 13.0 inches (33.02cm). She stands in 'Samabhanga' with her feet firmly planted on a small square plinth, with both arms extended holding two attributes, gracefully poised, depicted with a slender profile, and well defined naked upper body, partially covered in a long stylized sampot, worn high on the hips, with the navel visible, secured by a decorative belt, and complimented by a wide central panel draped in a double fish-tail.She wears her hair gathered into a dome-shaped 'Ushnisha', bound by an inter-connected 'Diadem', rising to a ornament finial. Her face is serene with a downcast expression, almond-shaped eyes, arched eyebrows, a prominent nose, well-shaped lips.