Total Dimensions: Height 11'' x Width 13''
Approximate Weight: 20 LBS
Original Reproduction: Reproduction
The elephant can be envisioned trekking slowly and majestically across the ceaseless dryness of a plain in search of a watering hole or the shade of tree. He pulls his trunk upward as he passes on by with a tender passivity to his eyes. For years the elephant has been known as a sacred animal in the East. As the largest animal to walk the Earth, the elephant is known as a symbol of strength and power. In Buddhist cultures, white elephants are symbolic of patience and wisdom. The Chinese see elephants as a symbol of energy, strength, and power. Ganesha is a Hindu deity with an elephant`s head. The bronze sculpture was molded using the ancient method of lost-wax casting and stained with a brown patina finish for preservation. The elephant is mounted upon a variegated green marble base with the artist Barye`s signature.
Availability: Out Of Stock
Product Code: YDW-191
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