Baby Elephants Playing Hot Cast Bronze Metal Figurine Sculpture Statue Decor

SKU: YDW-084

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions: Height 6" X Width 9"
Weight:7 LBS
Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

Picture the scene on the banks of a watering hole in the scorching plains of Africa, where members of an elephant clan have reached their final destination after an epic migration. In this moment, they trumpet their trunks into the air in a collective reverie, a celebration of their journey. The elephant, known as the largest animal to walk the Earth, holds deep cultural significance in various parts of the world. In the East, the elephant is revered as a sacred animal. In Buddhist cultures, white elephants symbolize patience and wisdom, while the Chinese view elephants as representations of energy, strength, and power. Ganesha, a Hindu deity, is depicted with an elephant's head, signifying divine wisdom and overcoming obstacles. This handmade bronze sculpture captures the majesty of these revered creatures in a poignant moment, highlighting their symbolic importance across cultures. Crafted using the ancient method of lost-wax casting, the sculpture attains a level of detail that brings the elephants to life. A brown patina finish not only adds a rich and earthy tone but also serves as a preservation technique. The sculpture, signed by the artist Barye, stands as a testament to the enduring power and strength associated with elephants and invites viewers to appreciate the cultural diversity and symbolism surrounding these majestic animals.