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Hand-Carved Batak Lion
Though its name means lion in Sanskrit, in the mythology of the Batak people of North Sumatra, the singa is a benevolent deity that's actually part human, part water buffalo and part crocodile. This one, carved from wood and dramatically sized, would have been mounted on a house to watch over and protect the occupants.
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Hand carved and painted reproduction of a traditional Indonesian house singa
Set on a black iron display stand
Stand is raw iron and will oxidize over time
This item is artisan crafted with meticulous care. Given its handmade and hand-finished nature, variations in size, shape and finish are to be expected and celebrated; no two are alike. Let us pick for you.