Khmer 12th and 13th century cast bronze finials

Palanquins are sedan chairs used for transporting the wealthy deities or dignitaries. These metal finials would have capped the ends of the support poles. Wonderful green patina with visible malachite incrustation.

Palanquins are sedan chairs used for transporting the wealthy deities or dignitaries. These metal finials would have capped the ends of the support poles. Wonderful green patina with visible malachite incrustation.

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