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An Apsara (also spelled as Apsarasa) is a female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist mythology. 'celestial nymph,' and 'celestial maiden.'Apsaras are said to be able to change their shape at will, and rule over the fortunes of gaming and gambling. They are associated with fertility rites.
This Wooden sculpture is provided with a unique aging to the piece, it was cast using the ''Lost Wax Method'' by artisans in Cambodia, It's designed was based on a similar antique piece held in the Cambodian National Collection.
Due to the natural origin of material, please expect slight differences in the patina and color of the sculpture that shown here is a very very close representation of the actual piece that will be shipped.
The applied patina is representative of antique pieces that can be viewed in National Collections throughout the world. However, as a reproduction it does not impact the historic legacy of the country by removing National Treasure from the original environment.
Our ability to purchase remarkable objects, such as this, direct from local villages and workshops ensures that much needed funds are invested in the local community and not consumed by profiteering middlemen.