Lock elements, "Manichithrathazhu", Kerala, India 02

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Arts Asiatiques
19th century
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Lock elements, called "Manichithrathazhu".
This lock presents us with an engraved and openwork decoration of interlacing and crenellated curved elements evoking Shiva's trident as well as stylized bird tails.
The "Manichithrathazhu" are beautiful locks adorning the doors of beautiful houses in Kerala. They are not only ornamental elements marking a social status but they also have the power to protect the home and ward off bad luck.
South India, Kerala
Screwed onto a panel, traces of oxidation
Late 19th century or early 20th century
Frame size: 38.50 x 48 cm

Ref: GIA56DOBZD

Style Arts Asiatiques
Century 19th century
Height (cm) 48 cm
Width (cm) 38,50 cm
Materials Fer
Shipping Cost 18
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 69620, Ternand, France

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