Balinese Garuda Eagle Mask Topeng Carved wood Bali Wall Art Indonesia Red

$ 58.00

Our Balinese Garuda Mask is based on a traditional, vintage mask style and is hand carved especially for Acadia World Traders by talented artisans on the island of Bali from albesia wood. The forehead of Garuda is carved and painted with beautiful detail. His mouth is open with a curling tongue The artist has painted this in beautifully detailed traditional Balinese style with antiqued red paint, green black & yellow and gold leaf. A very cool mask perfect wall art for your eclectic decor or for the mask collector.  Includes cord and is ready to hang in your collection.

Because each mask is hand carved & painted there may be slight variations in size, carving and painting than the mask represented in the photos. This is not a flaw, but a reflection of the unique handcrafted origins of this special product. 

 

  • This piece measure about
  • 12" long
  • 7" tall
  • 6" deep
  • opening 6" X 7"

 

 

A really nice piece for the collector or as a stunning focal point for your eclectic home decor.I have a few of these mask, each mask will be slightly different. This is not a flaw but a reflection of the handcrafted origins of this unique product.

 

 About Garuda 

 

The eagle, is a lesser Hindu god, the mount 
of Vishnu, one of the main forms of God in Hinduism.  
He wears a crown on his head like his master, Vishnu.  
He is ancient and huge, and can block out the sun.

 

 

 

Garuda came to life shining like fire, his glaring light filling the firmament in all directions. The amazed gods thought that doomsday was coming and that at last, the time had come for the burning of the three worlds. But Agni, the god of fire, knew the truth, and he harangued the other gods with these words: "O you gods, don't you be frightened. The time has not come for my burning of the world. Doomsday is still far away. What light is it you see? It is Garuda's light. Powerful among the birds.

Garuda decorates the back of the main shrine of all temples in Bali, he is also the national symbol of  Indonesia. 

 




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