Small bronze figure of the god Viṣṇu with his consort. He is shown 4-armed and is shown with: a wheel (upper right), a conch (upper left), varada mudra with exposed wheel design on the palm - chakra (lower right) and a mace (lower left). His consort is seated on his left knee; his left leg is pendant.
- 17thC (?)
- Made in: Garhwal (?)
- (Asia,South Asia,India,Uttarakhand,Garhwal)
- Height: 7 centimetres (max.)
14 May 1999
Reason for treatment
Clean to improve appearance.
Dull and slightly dirty.
Dust and dirt removed using I.M.S. and soft paper tissues. Brushed with'Renaissance'microcrystalline wax.
- 2050 (Polsky)
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Object reference number: RRI13185
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