CZ04003 Khmer Mukhalinga, a sandstone sculpture of a Linga fronted with a small relief face of Siva, simple form with square base, octagonal mid-section and cylindrical top representing a phallus, the immaterial form of the supreme deity Siva. Signs of minor wear, losses and scratches otherwise fine condition. 27-1/2" High x 9-1/2" Square.
Pre-Angkor period, 7th - 8th Century.
For a similar example see: Jessup & Zephir, Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia, page 176.
Also for a smaller version see: Bonham’s Fine Asian Works of Art, San Francisco, 15 Dec. 2009, lot#8084, 15-1/2” high.