• Price: $4,000.00
  • Item Category: Antiquities
  • Type: Item for Sale
  • Date Posted: Dec 06, 2013

-This imposing "yaksha" figure is defined by bulging eyes and fangs. His wears a pleated "sampot can kpin" that has a drape on the left thigh, and two scarves. The two ends of the first scarf form symmetrical pleats on either side of the central double-fishtail pleat that is formed by the ends of the second scarf, with the upper fishtail longer than the lower fishtail. The piece of the "sampot can Kpin" that passes through the legs tucks under the belt in back ending in a fan-shaped pleat. The "yaksha" has a curvy moustache, stippled beard, and ears with scalloped inner rims. A jeweled body band under the chest, anather band above the navel, two armlets, and circular earrings complete the costume. Khmer images similar to the present figure have been erroneously described as "rakshashas" , malevolent demons who haunt cemeteries and harass people. Instead, the figure here is a "yaksha", one of the attendants of Kubera, not hostile to people although often grotesque in appearance, such as the wonderful tenth-century Khmer yaksha sculpture from Choen Prei. The combination of Bakheng-style dress and Koh Ker-style diadem tie suggest a date toward the end of the first quarter of the tenth century during the early years of the Koh Ker period.

Dimension: Height 1.37 m., Width 50 cm. and Weight 250 kg.

Condition: Very perfect condition overall (degradation due to its age).


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