Exquisite water pourer in the shape of a Hamsa stands on a round pedestal with the flaming tail rising to a tubular neck with engravings, the opening to fill the water crafted with a small handle and the mouth of the Hamsa with its majestic becomes the spout.
The body is seen engraved with elongated shape of hearts on either side.
The Hamsa or Hansa is an aquatic bird of passage like a swan where its icon is used in Indian and Southeast Asian culture as a spiritual symbol and a decorative element. It is Vahana of Lord Brahma - the creator and his wife Saraswati - the goddess of knowledge and Lord Vishvakarma - the god of architect.
The Hamsa or the swan, is often identified with the Supreme Spirit, Ultimate Reality and the flight of the hamsa symbolizes Moksha, the release from the cycle of Samsara.
As per Indian mythology, Arayanna or the heavenly hamsa, are said to live in Manasasaras in the Himalayas and it is said to eat pearls and separate milk from water.
Measures : Length 23 cm x Height 28 cm x Width 10 cm
Weight: 2.95 kilograms