A elegant Khmer female standing figure with rounded shoulders and breasts in Samapada position wearing pleated sarong.
This is a Angkor Period figure depicting the goddess Uma (Parvati), the consort of Shiva and Hindu goddess of fertility.
Sculptures of this goddess often appeared in Khmer temples beside Shiva.
Carved in a igneous granite type stone.
Period: circa 10-12th century AD.
Height 23.5 cm 9 inches Width 8 cm, 3 1/4 inches.
Ex UK collection acquired before 1950.
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