Early 1800's Hanuman Temple CarvingDE-COR | Globally Inspired
This is an exquisite 19th century Southern Indian chariot wood panel that depicts Lord Hanuman in standing form. This amazing carving features a headdress, large necklace and draped robes with instruments in hand. Its crafted from a single pice of wood and was originally part of a chariot. This antique wood carving is adorned with an aged patina and is embraced with metal bands to protect the panel but also for installation. This piece would be an exquisite decorative accent in any decor.
- *Era: Antique
- *Material: Teak/ Iron
- *Size: 12"(L) x 3“(D) x 20.75"(H)
- *Color: Oxidized Teak
- *Condition: Wear consistent with age, may show some blemishes, imperfections or cracks.
Found in Tamil Nadu
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DE-COR | Globally Inspired
Early 1800's Hanuman Temple Carving