19th Century Indian Multicolor Temple Carving Depicting Ganesha with Consort
An antique Indian temple multicolor carving from the 19th century depicting Ganesha with consort Riddhi or Siddhi on his knee. Created in India during the 19th century, this temple carving features Ganesha the elephant, son of Shiva and Parvati. Depicted with multiple arms holding a noose in one of them, Ganesha is holding one of his consorts on his knees, likely Riddhi or Siddhi.
Adorned with two celestial beings in the upper section, the carving is accented with yellow, red, green and orange colors. An interesting decorative addition to any home where it will be a great conversation starter!