Solid Bronze Ganesh with Gems Sitting on Lotus Temple
Ganesha possesses the conventional physical attributes of the Hindu gods so owning a piece that celebrates the deity will provide strength, resistance to injury and enchanted longevity to your family. This authentically hand-cast in cold-cast bronze sculpture is a figure of the heavily-worshipped god seated on the golden lotus temple with hands holding a Shankha. This piece is hand-painted in lustrous gold with brown patina accents. Ganesha’s clothing is embellished with matte turquoise, coral, and lapis chips with Turkish gemstones for that splash of colour. It has meticulous attention to detail, from Ganesha’s facial features, clothing, and elaborate Kirtimukha headpiece to Mooshak who’s just in front of him, the items he is holding, the vases, and the famous ethnic lotus temple base.
- Finish Colour: Multi-Colour
- Style: A classic antique decorative altarpiece associated with maturity and earthiness.
- High-Quality Material: Bronze is ductile, strong, and durable which allows complex detailing because it can easily fit in any mould.
- Gorgeous Gems: Ganesha is covered in colourful matte turquoise, coral, and lapis chips with Turkish gemstones
- Attention to Detail: The sculpture has very detailed elements from Ganesha’s facial features, clothing, and elaborate Kirtimukha headpiece to Mooshak who’s just in front of him, the items he is holding, the vases, and the famous ethnic lotus temple base.
- Width (side to side): 8"
- Height (bottom to top):13 "
- Depth (front to back): 5.5"
Bronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures because of the alloy’s ductility so it is not brittle when cast. It also has incredible strength.
- Bronze- Rinse the surface with clean running water. Pay particular attention to places on textured surfaces that collect and hold water. Use a mixture of non-ionic or neutral detergent and water to clean the surface. Allow the surface of the bronze sculpture to dry in the sun. Towels may be used to help soak up water remaining in low-lying areas of texture.