Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue
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Vintage Thai Bronze Trimurti Statue

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Beautiful Vintage Thai bronze sculpture of the Trimurti.

The statue would have been made using the loss wax technique where the sculpture is first made from wax, a mould case around the wax and then molten bronze poured into the mould so that the wax is displaced and the bronze takes the form of the original wax sculpture.

In good condition and with a lovely patina.

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The trimurti collapses the three gods into a single form with three faces. Each god is in charge of one aspect of creation, with Brahma as creator, Vishnu as preserver, and Shiva as destroyer. In combining the three deities in this way, however, the doctrine elides the fact that Vishnu is not merely a preserver and Shiva is not merely a destroyer. Moreover, while Vishnu and Shiva are widely worshipped in India, very few temples are dedicated to Brahma, who is expressly said to have lost his worshippers as the result of telling a lie and is merely entrusted with the task of creation under the direction of one of the other two gods. Scholars consider the doctrine of the trimurti to be an attempt to reconcile different approaches to the divine with each other and with the philosophical doctrine of ultimate reality (brahman).