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Khmer Sandstone Relief Angkor Period 12th-13th Century

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Sculpture: Pre 1492: Item # 1165804

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 Sold in our Liverpool Shop - September 2015 / 利物浦店内售出 - 2015年9月  
A carved sandstone Khmer relief fragment in (Mahayana Buddhist) Angkor Wat style depicting a Buddha head under two parasols, flanked by a pair of fans and mounted on stand. This item was carved in what is now Cambodia, probably during the reign of King Jayavarman VII (1181–1215 AD). Condition - there are chips, the edges are damaged (please view enlargements) and there is weathering and associated iron oxidation to the surface. 56cm long; 35cm wide; 18cm deep. Please note: we regret that, because this item is very heavy and difficult to post, we will be unable to ship.

一件(大乘佛教)吴哥窟风格的高棉砂岩浮雕断片,用支架固定于座上。两个华盖下有一菩萨,菩萨两侧各有一蒲扇。作于现在的柬埔寨,应为阇耶跋摩七世统治时期(公元1181 - 1215年)。