Ganesh on Swing

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75,000.00

Height- 17 inches
Width- 12.75 inches
Depth- 6 inches
Weight- 7 kg
Materials- Chola Lost Wax Process Bronze

  • International customers, please be advised Statues (over 6 inches tall) shipped Internationally require review and approval of the State Archaeologist which can only be scheduled once a month.  Even with a 2-week Federal Express shipping time to the furthest destination, this state requirement can add 6-8 weeks to the delivery process.
  • As mentioned above all statues are shipped via Federal Express outside of India and TNT for domestic orders.  The cost of shipping is dependent on destination and the weight of the statues and will be calculated at the time of purchase but we can offer our educated estimate if you contact us ahead of purchase.
  • Lost Wax Chola Bronze is composed of Copper, Iron, and Tin. In current times the we use scrap bronze typically referred to as gunmetal with additional copper added to make copper the majority element.  The term Panchaloha Bronze refers to a 5 metal bronze with the addition of Gold and silver. The gold and silver is strictly for religious purposes and do not affect the structural integrity or visual finish of the bronze. For custom orders of home Pooja or Temple Statues, we can discuss the addition of predetermined quantities of gold and silver in your diety, the cost of which will be added into the total cost quoted.
  • Custom orders can be arranged but as stated previously we will only produce statues in their historically documented poses and aspects.

Height- 17 inches
Width- 12.75 inches
Depth- 6 inches
Weight- 7 kg
Materials- Chola Lost Wax Process Bronze

Ganesh on a Swing

Jaya Ganesh!! The remover of obstacles takes a reflective swing considering the requests of his obeisant followers.  Summon his blessing as he sits in this reflective state. Give him a gentle push in his ample belly and reflect for a moment on your good fortune and health. It is said that Ganesha wrote the Mahabharata, as it was recited to him by sage Vyasa (Veda Vyasa), using his broken right tusk as the pen.  In Ganesh’s 4 hands he holds his broken tusk, a noose, elephant goad, and a Lado, a sweet prasad.  His right foot is dangling leisurely and the left foot is tucked up supporting his upright posture. Although this form of Ganesh can be found easily made of brass, a bronze version is a rarety similar to the exquisite detail of this statue.
Weight 7 kg
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