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Indian bronze figure of a Goddess, probably Parvati.

South India, 16th/17th century.

Standing intribhanga on a lotus base on a square plinth, her right hand raised in vitarka mudra with her left hand at her side. On her head a tiered headdress, with hoop earrings.

Height: 7 1/2in. (19cm).

Provenance: Collection of the late Andrew Solomon, London, inv. no. A96. Purchased from Sotheby's London, 10th June 1985, lot 217.

Dimensions

19cm height

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Stock number

U473
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