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Vintage

Burmese Wood Fragment on Stand

Gail DeLoach

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Burmese Wood Fragment on Stand
Burmese Wood Fragment on Stand
Burmese Wood Fragment on Stand

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; minor signs of wear and use

Materials:

wood/gilding/glass

Size:

5" L x 4" W x 16.5" H

Color/Finish:

gold/green

Why We Love This

Vintage gilded Burmese wood architectural fragment of a Singha (lion). These fragments are increasingly difficult to find, and this one is especially good. Originally it would have been part of a Burmese pagoda or temple.
As described by Gail DeLoach

Why We Love This

Vintage gilded Burmese wood architectural fragment of a Singha (lion). These fragments are increasingly difficult to find, and this one is especially good. Originally it would have been part of a Burmese pagoda or temple.

About Gail DeLoach

Founder of the well-known LA-based design firm that bears her name, Gail DeLoach has divided her time between Bangkok and Los Angeles for more than twenty years. She is a passionate, experienced collector of antiques and decorative objects from Southeast Asia. Architectural fragments, vintage pieces with strong sculptural appeal, and the beautiful and eccentric collectibles of Thailand and Burma are areas of special interest and focus.