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Antique Indian Bronze Deity
Krishna
Playing Flute
South India, Circa: 19th century
H 9 in.(23cm.), W 3.5 in.(8.5cm.), D 3 in.(7.5cm.)

Condition: Good

A classic and spirited South Indian bronze depicting Krishna playing his flute. Worn by time but replete with details in the towering headdress with two tendrils falling to either side and a sun disk behind his head, the figure is adorned with pleated dhoti, crown, earrings, necklaces, armbands, bracelets, anklets and jeweled girdle, standing upon a double lotus base on a lotus plinth. Color is gleaming bronze with deep golden patina and black oxidation.

Despite his romantic escapades, Krishna’s faithful consort is Radha; their devotion symbolizes the ideal relationship of love between the soul and God.


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