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Khmer Bronze Mirror with Fish-tailed Handle

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Khmer Bronze Mirror with Fish-tailed Handle

With simple raised rim, the fish-tail-shaped lead handle is decorated with low relief stylized motif. It is believed that this kind of mirrors became popular during the 12th century shown as carved relief of Apsaras holding the mirrors in their hands on the walls of many temples.

Age: Khmer (Cambodia), Angkor Period, circa 12th-13th century
Measurement: Diameter 16.5 C.M./From the top of the mirror to the end of the handle 28.2 C.M.
Condition: Good condition, the mirror with nice green patina. The tip of the handle was slightly rusted away while most part of it adhered with soil patina. Please refer to the enlargement photos for more details.
Shipment: Worldwide shipping from Bangkok, Thailand at actual cost. Please e-mail us for the shipping fee.

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