The beast weight is thought to represent the Bodhisattva, or one who seeks enlightenment out of compassion to release others from suffering, as well as the Chakravartin, a divine universal monarch.
Height: 5.5cm, 2.2 in
Base: 2.8cm, 1.1 in
Weight: 10 kyat/tical, 144 grams (kyat mass: 15.8g)
Base plan: square
Base lines: indistinguishable
Period: 1785-1796 (*Gear Group 2, Period c)
* Earth to Heaven: The Royal Animal-Shaped Weights of the Burmese Empire Paperback , 2002 by Joan & Donald Gear