Indian India Hindu Ivory Shiva Ganesh Figurine
Thai 19th C. Gilt Shiva : Lot 4124
Antique Indian Carved Ivory Goddess : Lot 114
Sculptures of Shiva in human form began to appear in Khmer art in the seventh century, probably in response to the rising popularity of the Vaishnava cult that celebrated Vishnu as a king-like divinity, accessible and benign. Khmer 7th-8th c.
An Indian Antique Carved Gilt Ivory Goddesses.
God Shiva as the Supreme Teacher, South India, 1000s-1100s, Chola Dynasty, Stone. Denver Art Museum, Colorado, USA
Antique Indian Carved Ivory Figure : Lot 116
An Early 20th Century Indian Carved Ivory Figure of a Female Modelled standing Upon a Lotus Base. Ivory Measures 3 1/4 Inches in Height
Seated Ganesha [India, Orissa] (64.102) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
shiva & parvati