Global Art & Artifacts

Alabaster Burmese Disciple Statue, Burma

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A recently excavated 18th Century Shan period disciple sitting on a wire/wood base.  These statues are commonly found along the walls of  temples.  This is an authentic piece and very rare. . . .  especially in this perfect condition.   Charcoal or chalk were normally used to highlight facial features.


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