Mounted inside a natural brown frame on rich ivory colour raw silk and handcrafted in brass , these style of vintage temple frames are seen often sculpted as the pillars of South Indian temples enhanced with a pair of exquisite peacocks delicately crafted signifying grace and beauty.
A small brass figure of the most popular and famous Indian God, Lord Ganesha known as the God of Wisdom, knowledge and prosperity is placed inside the temple frame for worship by his followers and worshippers.
Weighing 1100 Grams, the prabhavali is a collectors item. Use as a wall hanging to highlight this exquisite temple frame.
Brown frame: Height 40 cm x 26 cm wide
The brass prabhavali measures: Height 26.5 cm x Width 14.5 cm
Finish: Natural Brass finish on ivory coloured raw silk inside a brown polystyrene synthetic frame