Found in India, these antique architectural hand carved teak figural brackets once graced a temple or home. They are in the form of standing female musicians and winged angels, each deftly hand carved with a crown, a draped robe, and is painted with brightly painted traditional colors. Each arm is outstretched and one holds a stringed sarangi musical instrument. A sarangi is a stringed instrument originating in Northern India.
PLACE OF ORIGIN
25 lbs. each
Mid 19th century
(2) Width 14 Depth 12 Height 37 inches