Skanda Child of Shiva and Parvati India Early 1900's Bronze 10 cm, 424 grams Skanda is the god of war and recognizable by his mount, the "Peacock" Normally he's been portrayed very handsome young man, but in this case as dazzling woman. After a deity possesses all aspects, as also the female. A peacock is in India besides beauty also symbolizes "Immortality". It was made using the lost wax method, which makes each statue unique.Domestic: Flat-rate of $28.00 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.Europe: Flat rate of $20.00 to anywhere in the world.Location: This item ships from The Netherlands
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