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Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire
Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire

Pair of Angkor-Wat 12th Century Bronze Temple Oil Lamps from the Khmer Empire

$2,500

Dimensions W: 3"  |  D: 3"  |  H: 10"
Age Antique
Origin cambodia
Model YN3199
Description

A pair of Khmer Angkor-Wat bronze oil lamps from the 12th century. Created in Cambodia during the Khmer Empire for the temple of Angkor-Wat, each of this pair of bronze oil lamps features a combination of concentric circles arranged in opposite directions between their upper and lower sections.

 

Showcasing a great verdigris patina showing the oxidation that happened throughout time, this pair of 12th century Angkor-Wat bronze oil lamps will make for great decorative objects, anchoring a commode, side table or demilune.