Ganesh, Metal

Ganesha with Om

$595.00
Ganesha (Ganesh) statue with Om background
Ganesha (Ganesh) statue with Om background
$595.00

Ganesha (Ganesh) statue with Om background

Size: 
17" (43 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
India

Dancing Ganesha, 24" Brass

$1,425.00
Dancing Ganesha Brass Statue
$1,425.00

Large, exquisite statue of dancing Ganesha (Ganesh).

Size: 
24" (61 cm)
Materials: 
Brass (antique finish)
Country of origin: 
India

Ganesha with Silver

$295.00
Ganesha Statue with Silver
Ganesha Statue with Silver
$295.00

A unique statue of Ganesha (Ganesh), the Hindu god of auspicious beginnings and overcoming obstacles, shown seated and inlaid with silver.

Materials: 
Bronze with silver
Country of origin: 
India

Ganesha as Warrior

$395.00
Hindu god (deity) Ganesha (Ganesh) statue standing in pose of warrior
$395.00

Here we have a statue of the Hindu God Ganesha (Ganesh), with four arms and ready to remove obstacles and clear the way. He is in the standing posture of a warrior. In one hand he holds a hatchet (parasu), a symbol for the cutting away of vanity and false teaching. In another hand, he holds a goad (ankusha), symbolising the logic that cuts through illusion. In another hand, he holds a trident (trisula), linking him with his father, Shiva. Ganesha's fourth hand gestures fearlessness and reassurance.

Size: 
22" (56 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Ganesha in Conch Shell

$560.00
Hindu deity (god) Ganesha (Ganesh) in conch shell carrying trident
$560.00

In this very unusual statue of Ganesha (Ganesh), the Hindu god of beginnings and removal of obstacles, Ganesha carries a trident, a symbol representative of his father, Shiva. He stands on his mount, a rat (shrew), sheltered inside a half conch shell, a symbol of the spoken word which can be considered both as a trumpet or an offering vessel. We have not been able to track down the details of the iconography on this piece, but it is undoubtedly based on one of the many stories of Ganesha. Perhaps one of our readers knows more?

Size: 
12" (30.5 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Ganesha Dancing with Aureole

$495.00
Ganesha Dancing with Aureole
Ganesha Dancing with Aureole
$495.00

This finely crafted dancing Ganesha is our finest and newest Ganesha (Ganesh). The pose is animated and the detail work is exceptional. With proper lighting, it could easily become the focal point of a room or garden setting.

Size: 
15.5"
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Ganesha, Seated, Small

$16.00
Ganesha (Ganesh), Hindu god of auspicious beginnings, brass statue
$16.00

This brass statue of the Hindu god Ganesha (Ganesh) is seated in a classic Indian pose. His small size makes it easy to keep this symbol of good luck and remover of obstacles close at hand.

Size: 
2.5" (6.4 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Ganesha, Reclining, Small

$16.00
Hindu god Ganesha statue in relaxed pose
$16.00

Here we have a Ganesha (Ganesh) statue showing the Hindu god relaxing in a variation of rajalila asana, or royal ease pose. He shows the elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears, and the characteristic (shared with some humans) of a big pot belly. As the remover of obstacles, he is widely worshiped in India.

Size: 
2"(5cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Ganesha Dancing, 8-armed

$40.00
Ganesha (Ganesh) statue (murti), of Hindu deity,  in bronze from India
Ganesha statue, alternate color option
$40.00

This wiggly Ganesha (Ganesh) statue has eight arms rather than the more traditional four. Ganesha is one of the most popular of all Hindu gods, and he is depicted in many different poses and forms.

Size: 
4"(10cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Small Dancing Ganesha 2

$18.00
Dancing Ganesha brass statue in miniature, Hindu deity murti, from Thailand
$18.00

This statue of Ganesha dancing is a classic image of the Hindu deity Ganesha (Ganesh).

Ganesha is the son of Shiva, the Lord of the Dance. The movement of the universe is said to be maintained by the regular rhythm of Shiva's cosmic Dance of Bliss, the Nataraja. Occasionally there is a pause in the musical accompaniment while Shiva looks for a new rhythm. At that moment the universe ends, to be re-created as the dance begins again. Ganesha inherited his father's attributes, and is shown here in a dancing posture not unlike that of his father.

Size: 
2.3"(6cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand
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