Balinese Flying Singa Lion Mobile Spiritchaser Hand Carved Wood Bali Folk Art

$ 89.00

Traditional Balinese Singa Lion mobile is hand carved by the talented carvers with amazing attention to detail from sustainable fast growing albesia wood. Beautifully detailed hand painted polychrome finish in a antique green and red, and black with gold leaf accents in the traditional Balinese style add drama. 

This wonderful and dramatic work will be sure to grace you home or sacred space with his powerful presence. I am sure you will love and enjoy this amazing artwork of Bali as much as I do. Each Singa may be slightly different than the photo, this is due to to hand crafted nature of his unique product.

  • Approx. size: 16" long x 18" wing tip to wing tip  x 7" tall 
  • Includes hook and cord for hanging
  • The wings are removable for ease in storage and shipping.
  • Ethically sourced
  • Artisan crafted in Bali
  • Sustainable albesia wood
  • Ships FAST from the USA


Story of Winged Guardians

The Flying Winged Spirit Guardians (also sometimes called "Cradle Guardians") myth goes all the way back ancient Majapahit Mythology, the roots of Balinese culture and art.

These Guardian figures are still produced by Balinese artisans today for they have deep cultural & spiritual significance. Typically these carvings have been used in temples or homes since ancient times to ward off evil spirits. They are always hung in a high spot, or if a statue placed on a beam or shelf looking down towards a door or window. Many types may be found from flying angels (known as "Dewi" which means "Goddess" in Balinese), animals or strange hybrids, such as head of a horse head & tail of a fish, or "Gajamina" head of an elephant & tail of a fish. It is believed that a Flying Guardian placed in ones home or sacred space will drive away evil spirits and protect the premises from harm.


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