Faithful Ganesha

Hand Crafted Celadon Ganesha Statuette from Thailand

$67.99
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SKU: 221731
Description
Lord Ganesha is the Thai deva of success. Devas are heavenly beings that often visit earth to help and protect humanity or serve as messengers for the gods.

The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha is revered in the Hindu pantheon as the god of auspiciousness. He is portrayed with the head of an elephant, one tusk and four hands. Thatsanee and Ramphan craft the figure in celadon ceramic with its delightfully crackled glaze.
  • Celadon ceramic
  • 0.44 lbs
  • 3.5 inches W x 3.9 inches H x 2.2 inches D
  • Made in Thailand

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Thatsanee and Ramphan

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1 Review

  • 5
    Perfect~

    Posted by John on Mar 29th 2020

    I am so pleased with this Ganesha! I have been looking for a Ganesha with a celadon glaze and this is just perfect! It is a good size, noticeable in the room but not overpowering.

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