This is an exquisite 3 compartment Vintage brass temple frame depicting "Yali" - A mythical creature seen in many Hindu temples often found atop the pillars of South Indian sculpture and temples handcrafted with fine details with a 3 dimensional Naag and Yali.
The temple frame or " Prabhavali" as is popularly known is crafted with beautiful and delicate peacocks and dancing figures of the worshippers with a 3 dimensional Naag displaying the skills of the artisans from the South of India.
The Yali is portrayed as part lion, part elephant and part horse, and in similar shapes including some bird-like features and are believed to be more powerful than the lion, the tiger or the elephant displaying the role of the " Protector".
Weighing 700 grams, this brass Prabhavali ( the never ending circular Halo around an Indian God or temple ) is a collectors item.
Use as a wall hanging or frame on silk or stand on a easel to highlight the intricate handcrafted engravings and design on this exquisite temple frame.
Size of the brass Prabhavali: Height 24 cm x Wide 17 cm
Weight: 700 Grams
Finish: Brass gold finish
Note: Please note that the fabric is not part of the price .