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Brackets are architectural elements, projected from a wall, usually to carry weight or to strengthen an angle. Intricately carved and painted brackets were often found in palaces and temples.
This old bracket, depicting a lady with crossed legs in a sari, is from Gujarat and would most likely have been used as a decorative architectural element. There is some loss of paint due to ageing. The bracket is mounted on a wooden base.
|Size:||30" (H) x 6.5" (W) x 2.75" (D)|
|Condition:||Some loss of paint|
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