24 x 9 x 7 inches...hand carved from one solid piece of wood.
The "Sarinda" musical instrument was used for centuries in various countries in Central Asia, primarily in Rajasthan (Northern India), Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan, and Baluchistan. There are several variations of this folk in...
It is 13 inches across at the widest point and can be tied around the neck using the attached fabric ties. As is obvious in the pictures, there are a couple areas of lose on the turquoise ornaments.
There is some minimal paint loss, which is to be expected in a piece of this age. 24 inches(60 cm) long 5 inches (12 cm) high
This Tibetan sutra book approximately 12 inches wide, 4 inches tall, and 2 inches thick. Though the pages are in good condition, the covers show years of wear and use and is a wonderful artifact of an old culture.
This panel was used as an architectural element and has the mortise cuts in the top which were used to hold the panel in place. It is one of a pair of panels which were taken from the temple. The condition of this p...
This is large strike a light ...the strike plate spans 6.5 inches and the purse including handle is 5 inches high...an wide...
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This Bhutanese knife is unusually large, measuring 18 inches from the top of the handle to t...
Gaus like this were commonly used by the Tibetans living inside China and those livi...
These ceremonial hooks have become hard to obtain. The hook alone measures 5.5 inches long and the strap adds anothe...
The jacket is approx 70 years old and is from Zhi Jin
The Ghanta represents feminine power, wisdom, receptiveness, and the voice of the Buddha.
The Tibetan Buddhists used the gau as a prayer shrine usually placed on a special shelf in the home along with any other religious relics o...