A rare and interesting set of three heavily carved wood fragments from a temple in North India, probably Rajasthan, c1820. The quality of the carving is very high, with great deep-carved detail. There are two large fragments/friezes and one smaller end piece or corbel, and all are heavy/hardwood.
They are in good original condition, with minor surface age-related wear, but all very much as you would expect from items that are nearly 200 years old. They have a great look and would work as standalone decorative pieces or incorporated into an old building. Please refer to the detailed photographs and feel free to contact us with any questions or if you would like to view the items.
Sizes: 73 cm long x 16 cm wide x 14 cm tall; 43 cm long x 13 cm wide x 12 cm tall; 17 cm long x 13 cm wide x 11 cm tall. Our worldwide carriage charges reflect the fact that these are large and heavy.Dispatch and returns:
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