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 A very rare larger than life size late C18th/early C19th terracotta figure of a male diety, in the Khmer style, the figure sitting in a relaxed pose, with hair tied up and a serene content expression on his face. Featuring beaded bands around his neck and arms. It has a wonderful weathered patina that built up over many years yet still showing the defining features. Some old repairs, in a structurally sound and sturdy condition. Circa 1800.


  • H: 102 cm (40 3/16")
  • W: 77 cm (30 5/16")
  • D: 52 cm (20 1/2")
  • Price includes free delivery throughout the uk

The Khmer Empire (also known as Kambujadesa) was located in Southeast Asia on the Indochinese Peninsula. It comprised modern-day Cambodia and much of Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos. Often considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Angkor Wat is located within the Khmer Empire's capital of Angkor (the spiritual heart of the once mighty Khmer Empire), located just north of the central Tonlé Sap Lako

Large 19th Century Khmer Terracotta Figure

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