A Cambodian 13th century hand-carved bust torso sculpture on custom base. This life sized sculpture was hand-carved from natural stone. The armless male bust wears a pleated cloth with a belt, which evokes a sarong, a cloth worn wrapped around the waist in many south Asian and north African cultures. The belt features what may be a sheath while the collar and sleeve of this carving feature a skillfully embroidered trim.
Standing on two rods, this sculpture sits on a custom black wood and metal base. This 13th century Cambodian natural stone sculpture on a metal and wood base would be a robust accessory in any home, perhaps in a hall sitting on an enfilade or in a library on a sideboard. Without its base, the sculpture is 29 inches high.
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