Plucking The Thorn - A Sculpture Inspired by Khajuraho
A rare sense of gracefulness and feminity is evident in the wooden sculpture that has been inspired by the same figure in Khajoraho. The young lady gets stung on her left foot and she is trying with both her hands to pluck it out. The feeling of getting hurt is evident in the sculpture. The lower part of the figure is well decorated whereas the upper portion of her body is left bare. She is wearing heavy necklace on her arm and the breasts are left bare.
General Features :
- Size: 24"H x 8.50"W x 3.15"D
- Material: Albizzia lebbeck wood ( closely resembles teak wood ) Warranty Status : No Warranty
Estimated Delivery Time : 5 Days
Merchant Type : Manufacturer