Thailand, gilt bronze effigy of a Kinnaris, a celestial female figure of dance, song, and poetry; cast in the form of a woman with the wings, tail, and feet of a swan, 19th century, 15"h x 20"l x 7"d,
Provenance: from William Campbell collection and estate, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Kinnaris is a female quintessential lover and celestial musician. She is depicted as half bird, half woman creature with the head, torso, and arms of a woman and with wings, tail and feet of a swan. She is renowned for her dance, song, and poetry and is a traditional symbol of feminine beauty, grace, and accomplishment.
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