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Antique Gilded Buddhist Temple Wood Carving Panel EUO138


This antique Buddhist temple panel was sculpted from teak wood and gilded in 24K gold leaf. It was once a part of an elaborate backboard for the main Buddha image, located inside the bot  (most sacred part of the wat or temple).

The sculpture includes two figures – a benevolent angel being elevated by a person of the world who recognizes and honors the one who has embraced the way to purification and so released from karmic debt through steadfastly adhering to the eight-fold noble path.

The sculpture is structurally intact and without repairs. It has been mounted on a stand for display.

Availability: In stock

Genuine antique Buddhist wood carvings of this nature from Burma are very difficult to find nowadays, especially in such good condition. A certificate of authenticity will be provided.


Height: 53cm, 21 in (panel only)
Height with stand: 59cm, 23 in
Width: 11cm, 4.5 in
Depth: 2.5cm, 1 inch
Materials: teak wood, 24 carat gold leaf, glass ‘jewels’
Provenance: Burmese art dealer
Period: Early 19th Century

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