A Khmer polished sandstone torso of Uma, Barphuon period, 11th century, the well-proportioned female deity wearing a long sampot, the finely patinated stone with a high polish, 50 cm high. Reference: see Christies Paris, 10/10/2014, Lot 358 for a quite sim
A rare and important sandstone figure of Uma, Khmer, Baphuon style 11-12 century Finely carved with bare torso, the sampot (body garment) gracefully rendered and tied below the abdomen. Mounted on a fitted stand. Provenance: private collection New Zealand.
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