Serpe With Rice Burma flag

Serpe With Rice Burma
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Object description :

"Serpe With Rice Burma"
Rice serp, Burma, late 18th-early 19th century. Half carved wood and half painted horn. Object used for the ritual of cutting the first rice. Object of worship to thank the gods for the harvest. Ancestral and unique object, unique to a wealthy family in view of the perfection of the sculpture representing the serpent "Naga" (literally "The dragon without legs"). From Hindu cults. Naga symbolizes peace, prosperity and is one of the great protectors of Buddha's image.
Price:1150 €
Period:18th century
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Moitié bois sculpté et moitié corne peinte
Length: 30
Height : 45
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Christine Verfaille (Le Camaïeu)
Porcelaines de Tournai, Meubles 18-19ème, Pendules, Argenteries et bronzes
Serpe With Rice Burma

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