Thai Sculpture(315 items)
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Featured Reviews on Thai Sculpture
I love these elephants! They are adorable, and well made. I bought them for myself, and after receiving them, I would definitely give them as gifts.
She is so cute.
I got her to go with the other figures that I have. They are a joy to look at. Plus, they can always start of a conversation when a family member comes over and sees them.
This came to us all the way from Thailand in perfect shape and absolutely gorgeous. I have wanted one for years, and this is the perfect size. I can easily put a candle or incense on the landing. It is truly a work of art and unique, guests always comment favorably.
"Many people might think that men can be better than women at woodcarving, but not in my area."
Popular Thai Sculpture
Antiqued Brass Half Lotus Pose Brass Yoga Sculpture, "Half Lotus Pose"$127.99
Feet on top of one another with her index fingers and thumbs connected, a woman perfectly executes the half lotus yoga pose. Thai artisan Ning Charoensri creates this sculpture for a spiritual touch to any space. The figure is crafted from brass with an antiqued effect.
Hand Made Wood Elephant Sculpture from Thailand, "Relaxed Elephant"$77.99
This sculpture, presented by Amporn, is hand-carved from rain tree wood, capturing the powerful majesty of the Thai elephant. Featuring a polished finish and tusks made from ivorywood, this beautiful image is relaxing and full of character.
Hand Carved Raintree Wood Elephant Statuette, "Gentle Elephant"$104.99
Known for his amiable nature, this elephant statuette is carved in raintree wood and presented by Thailand artisan Amporn. The gentle giant is brought to life with hand carved details that highlight the gorgeous natural wood grain. Please note the tusks may be removed for safe packing and shipping.
2 Blue Celadon Ceramic Handcrafted Lucky Elephant Figurines, "Lucky Blue Elephants"$25.99
Lifting their trunks, two blue elephants trumpet their happiness. An important part of Thai culture, elephants are a symbol of Old Siam. Thatsanee and Ramphan craft the pair by hand in the tradition of celadon ceramic arts, renowned for its subtly crackled glaze.