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Indonesian Horse Sculpture

$139.00

Price: $139.00

Item#:2002969

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Remarkable stone sculptures and carved reliefs are found all across the Indonesian archipelago. The vast ninth-century Javanese temple of Borobudur is constructed as layers of terraces covered in reliefs depicting stories, including the life of the prince Siddhartha and the birth of the Buddha. This sculpture reproduces an ancient Javanese design. Handcrafted in Indonesia of volcanic ash.


Not available for shipping outside of the contiguous 48 United States.


Handmade in Indonesia. Volcanic ash. 28 lbs. 5"W x 14 1/2"L x 15"H.


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