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15th Century, Bronze Mirror, Angkor Period, Art of Cambodia
The Angkor period is placed in between 802 and 1431, which was named after the capital of Khmer Empire. Historically the Khmer Empire was one of the powerful states which had ruled over most of the South East Asia. By enjoying the support from an influential and opulent Empire, the Khmer art is undoubtedly the most finest example in the history of Cambodian art. Bronzes objects from Angkor period includes ritual paraphernalia, sculptures, mirrors and bells for court elephants. All of these items demonstrate the wide importance of bronze objects among the Cambodian elite. This is an unique piece of a bronze mirror in such considerable size. It comes with a custom-made metal display stand. Art of Cambodia, 15th century, Angkor period? Bronze Dimensions: Height : 42 cm Width : 42 cm.
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- Date of manufacture1400
- Materials and techniques
- WearWear consistent with age and use.
H 16.54 in. x Dm 16.54 in.
H 42 cm x Dm 42 cm
- Diameter16.54 in. (42 cm)
- Seller locationHong-Kong, HK
- Seller reference numberLS161
- Reference numberLU2554310195491
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