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Product Code: MA-0000008 Category: Tibetan Buddhist Metal Art

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Description: Kubera, god of wealth, figures as a deity in both Indian and Tibetan mythology....Read more
  • Kubera
  • 2.00 Kgs
  • 8.00 inches
  • 8.00 inches
  • 3.75 inches
  • Copper, Brass
  • India
The pigment on face contains a small percentage of Gold.

The statue is created using Lost-Wax Method.Since the wax model of the statue is destroyed within the making process, every statue made with this method is unique. No copy of such pieces can be made ever.

The Kubera can be detached from his dragon steed.
Description

Kubera, god of wealth, figures as a deity in both Indian and Tibetan mythology.

In iconography he is shown seated (with or without his consort) stroking his gem-spitting divine mongoose. He is usually pot-bellied, a physical attribute pertaining to over-indulgent wealthy people.

In this sculpture Kubera is shown seated on a dragon suggesting Chinese influence. The mongoose can be seen on pedestal next to a pile of gems, spitting yet another gem.

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