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A BLACKSTONE GANESH, INDIA, PALA PERIOD, 11TH CENTURY  Carved in the round, on a rectangular plinth, wearing a tiered headdress and holding a staff - 9 1/4in (23.5cm) high

A BLACKSTONE GANESH, INDIA, PALA PERIOD, 11TH CENTURY Carved in the round, on a rectangular plinth, wearing a tiered headdress and holding a staff - 9 1/4in (23.5cm) high

A Copper Alloy Figure of Ganesha Height: 7 5/8 in. (19.4 cm) India, Karnataka, 17th/18th century

A Copper Alloy Figure of Ganesha Height: 7 5/8 in. (19.4 cm) India, Karnataka, 17th/18th century

Ganesh and his consort Siddhi.

Ganesh and his consort Siddhi.

A Small Bronze Figure of Ganesha Khmer, Bayon Style, 12th/13th Century Seated on a rectangular plinth with coiled trunk wearing a sampot with butterfly sash at rear, armlets, necklace and conical headdress 3¼ in. (8.4 cm.) high

A Small Bronze Figure of Ganesha Khmer, Bayon Style, 12th/13th Century Seated on a rectangular plinth with coiled trunk wearing a sampot with butterfly sash at rear, armlets, necklace and conical headdress 3¼ in. (8.4 cm.) high

Inde du sud. 14ème siècle. Stèle en schiste sculpté de ganesh assis tenant ses attributs. Art dravidien, H. 44 cm.

Inde du sud. 14ème siècle. Stèle en schiste sculpté de ganesh assis tenant ses attributs. Art dravidien, H. 44 cm.

a rare khmer, bakong style, sandstone frieze with three ganeshas  late 9th century  The frieze is carved with three standing elephants, each with their right hand holding the broken tusk and the left the bowl with sweet, wearing sampot secured by a belt and with short flange falling between the legs, naked upper body, elephant headed, their trunk reaching for the sweets, large ears and curled hairdress falling backwards 43 x 50 cm, mounted

a rare khmer, bakong style, sandstone frieze with three ganeshas late 9th century The frieze is carved with three standing elephants, each with their right hand holding the broken tusk and the left the bowl with sweet, wearing sampot secured by a belt and with short flange falling between the legs, naked upper body, elephant headed, their trunk reaching for the sweets, large ears and curled hairdress falling backwards 43 x 50 cm, mounted

Petite stèle votive illustrant ganesh dansant sous une forme à quatre bras, paré de joyaux perlé, diadème, pectoral et bracelets. Pierre à savon dites soap stone. Inde. 17 ème à 18 ème siècle. Ht 10,8cm.

Petite stèle votive illustrant ganesh dansant sous une forme à quatre bras, paré de joyaux perlé, diadème, pectoral et bracelets. Pierre à savon dites soap stone. Inde. 17 ème à 18 ème siècle. Ht 10,8cm.

A Black Stone Figure of Ganesha  South India, Karnataka, Hoysala Dynasty, 12th/13th Century  The potbellied deity sitting on a stepped base, with his coiled trunk reaching over to the bowl of sweets, his conical headdress richly decorated with festoons 22¾ in. (57.7 cm.) high

A Black Stone Figure of Ganesha South India, Karnataka, Hoysala Dynasty, 12th/13th Century The potbellied deity sitting on a stepped base, with his coiled trunk reaching over to the bowl of sweets, his conical headdress richly decorated with festoons 22¾ in. (57.7 cm.) high

Ganesh assis en vajrasana vêtu d'un sampot court plissé et coiffé d'une tiare conique serti d'un diadème. Pierre grès gris. Cambodge. Khmer. Site du Baphuon. 11 ème. Ht 22,5cm x 12,5cm. Cassure à la trompe et à une oreille.

Ganesh assis en vajrasana vêtu d'un sampot court plissé et coiffé d'une tiare conique serti d'un diadème. Pierre grès gris. Cambodge. Khmer. Site du Baphuon. 11 ème. Ht 22,5cm x 12,5cm. Cassure à la trompe et à une oreille.

A black stone stele of Ganesha Northeastern India, Pala period, circa 10th century Seated in lalitasana with his pendant foot resting on the rat, holding a mala, radish, axe and bowl of sweets in his four hands, dressed in a short striated dhoti and adorned with various jewelry, the face with curling trunk and elongated eyes flanked by wide ears and surmounted by a low chignon secured with a jeweled headband 21 in. (53.3 cm.) high

A black stone stele of Ganesha Northeastern India, Pala period, circa 10th century Seated in lalitasana with his pendant foot resting on the rat, holding a mala, radish, axe and bowl of sweets in his four hands, dressed in a short striated dhoti and adorned with various jewelry, the face with curling trunk and elongated eyes flanked by wide ears and surmounted by a low chignon secured with a jeweled headband 21 in. (53.3 cm.) high

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