Vintage Balinese Garuda Flying Winged Bronze candle holder Bali Art

$ 198.00

 

 


Winged Garuda Candelabra, cast in solid bronze. Has three cups to hold small candles or cone incense. 

Handcrafted using the ancient lost wax method of casting on the island of Bali of bronze. Wings & sarong have an green aged patina that has been applied and the body is a deep brown bronze. Crown and other embellishments are polished bronze. 

I have three of these in stock, there may be slight variations in coloration & casting. This is not considered a flaw, but a reflection of the handcrafted origins of this unique product. 

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.

A really nice piece for the collector or unique decorators piece.

  • Specifications
  • Includes bronze chain for hanging 
  • (size may vary slightly) 
  • 11" long
  • 5" tall
  • 6"wing span
  • chain is 5" long
  • Solid Bronze
  • Handcrafted in Bali Indonesia
  • Ships FAST from the USA

 

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.

 

  

Symbol of power 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 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. Also the national symbol of  Indonesia.

 

 

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