Global Art & Artifacts

Antique Kumanthong Wood Statue of Ghost of a Boy. Thailand

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This effigy or statue is revered in Thailand by Animists. The statue is believed to bring luck and fortune to the owner, if properly revered. Kuman means “young boy”; Tong means “golden”.   Owners of such statues care for this statue with milk and red juice.

Kuman thong is not a Buddhist practice.

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This item has sold.  Thanks M.H. !


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