19thC Burmese Decorated Teak Pulley EUO75


This antique Burmese wood carving was once used to mount a pulley wheel, most likely used for raising buckets of water from a well. Carved from teak wood in the shape of a rooster with an attractively weathered patina, it’s a charming relic of a bygone era.

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The Burmese are renowned for fashioning everyday utilitarian objects with great care and artistic endeavor.

Height (object only): 25cm, 9.8 in
Width (object only): 6cm, 2.4 in
Depth (object only): 5cm, 2 in
Height on Stand: 32cm, 12.5in
Period: Early 19thC
Provenance: Antique dealer, Yangon

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