|Title:||Burmese Lacquer Offering Stand|
|Size:||8.75" x 11.50" x 11.50"|
A fine turned wood offering stand (kalat) from the Intha people of Northeastern Burma. Of circular form, the bowl elevated on a conforming pedestal of sixty two baluster posts; the surface finished in red over black lacquer. Stands such as these were used by families to carry votive offerings of food to monasteries. Well worn with nice patina from age. Late 19th century. 8.75" high x 11.5" diameter.
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