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TA04188
Laotian Bronze Rain Drum, tribute drum in cast bronze, often called “frog drums”
18-1/2" high x 24” in diameter
19th Century
$6,500
UH80017
Burmese Karen Frog Drum, tribute drum in bronze, often called “rain drums” referring to their function of being sounded to call for rain.
19-1/2" High x 24-1/2" in diameter
Late 19th Century
$6,000
UH80001
Burmese Karen Frog Drum, tribute drum in bronze, often called "rain drums"
17-1/2" High x 22-1/8" in diameter
Late 19th Century
$5,500
EH60012
Burmese Karen Frog Drum, tribute drum in bronze, often called “rain drums"
15-1/4" h. x 21-7/8" in dia.
Late 19th Century
$4,900
UH10052
Burmese carved solid wood image of the Hermit Sumedha, known for lying down and stretching his body thin before the Dipankara Buddha
58-1/2” High
19th Century
$4,500
UH30002
Burmese Lacquered wood Buddha image, seated in padmasana (the lotus position)
25” High
18th Century
$3,200
UH80002
Burmese Silver Buddha, crafted of sheet silver over a composite clay core
7-1/8” High
19th Century
$1,600
TA06005
Burmese bamboo cane with charming deer head handle made from the root of the single solid bamboo stalk
42-1/2” high
19th century
$800
UH80004
Burmese Silver Buddha, cast and hammered of silver and alloy
3-1/2” High
19th Century
$750
UH20015
Burmese Nat-Pwe standing female image, carved of wood, possibly being Shingwa, “Lady Bandy-Legs”
13” High
Early 20th Century
$350

To purchase or for more information, please call 619/977-6717 or e-mail
asianart@lasieexotique.com

For further reading on Burmese Buddha, please go to our on-line articles:
Buddha Images from Burma, Part I: Sculptured in Stone,
Buddha Images from Burma, Part II: Bronze and Related Materials, and
Buddha Images from Burma, Part III: Wood and Lacquer
by Sylvia Fraser-Lu

For Burmese Bronze Rain Drums, please go to our on-line article:
Frog Drums and their importance in Karen Culture, by Sylvia Fraser-Lu
For related article on Burmese Opium Weights , please go to our on-line article:
Burmese "Opium" Weights, by Sylvia Fraser-Lu
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