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Size: 6.5 x 4.75 x 8 inches
Material: Bronze (Lost Wax)
Finish: Antique Finish with Green Patina


Garuda is a large, legendary, birdlike creature or humanoid bird, that appears in both Hindu and Buddhist mythology. A divine being in Hinduism, Garuda is the vahana or mount of Lord Vishnu, and is often depicted as a man with wings.
This exquisite Garuda, created using the lost wax technique in bronze, is shown kneeling on one knee with outspread wings, and folded hands. The antique green patina makes the sculpture even more exquisite, lending character to it. 
  • ABOUT Lost Wax Bronze Sculptures

    The Lost Wax Process, also called cire-perdue, is a method of metal casting in which hot metal is poured into a wax model, which is lost during the process. The process is used to make highly detailed bronze sculptures.

    In the olden days, the castings were often made in copper, but bronze quickly became the preferred material for statuary, as it is stronger and more tensile. This method of sculpting involves creating a solid wax model of the figure, and then wrapping it in a clay mould. The model is then heated to melt the wax and harden the clay. Molten metal is poured into the inverted clay mould, and upon cooling, the clay mould is broken to reveal a solid sculpture.

    Sculptures made using this method are one of a kind, since the mould must be broken to take the statue out. A sculptor typically spends several weeks to months working on one piece, thereby making such sculptures harder to come by, and very special. The very fine detailing and the intricacy of the work adds to the beauty of each piece.

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