An Indian brass shrine, South India, 17th/18th century
An Indian brass shrine
South India, 17th/18th century
Ensembled shrine consisting of two female figures, each standing on top of a peacock, connected to a lotus shaped handle from which a small miniature brass Shaivaite altar is suspended by chains and conceived in the form of an open encloser and represents the theme of worship of Shiva-linga and Ganesha, the whole mounted to a rectangular base.
H. 28 cm.
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