A Cambodian early 20th century Buddhist hand-carved red terracotta temple sculpture with three divinities and a lotus flower. This Cambodian terracotta sculpture was likely a pillar top adornment in a Buddhist temple. The sculpture showcases three female divinities with a lotus flower, which is a Buddhist symbol of purity.
The women display jewelry and crowns and are sitting on a lightly carved frieze. The women are accompanied by a number of snakes as serpents are represented as potent guardians of temples and other sacred spaces. This early 20th century Cambodian red terracotta divinities temple sculpture would be an extraordinary decorative item in most rooms, particularly a living room or foyer.
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