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Antique Burmese Marble Nat Riding Horseback

Antique Burmese Marble Nat Riding Horseback
Antique Burmese Marble Nat Riding Horseback

Antique Burmese Marble Nat Riding Horseback

AGE: – 19th  Century
CONSTRUCTION: – Marble
HEIGHT: – 48cm
WIDTH: – 46cm
DEPTH: – 16cm
WEIGHT: – 19.10 kg.
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This impressive Antique Burmese Marble Nat Riding Horseback is one of the thirty-seven Nats mentioned in Burmese folklore, myth, and legend known as Minye Kyawswa, the son of King Minkhaung of Ava whose fight against the Pegu King Razadarit to restore the Pagan Empire ended in defeat.

Legend has it, that after the fall of Pagan the kingdom broke up into various petty kingdoms after which two new kingdoms emerged. Ava in Upper Burma and Pegu in lower Burma. King Minhkaung (1401-1422 A.D.) ruled the northern kingdom of Ava whilst King Razadarit (1368-1421), the ninth King of the Hanthawaddy Pegu Kingdom ruled the lower part of Burma.
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Antique Burmese Marble Nat Riding Horseback
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Antique Burmese Marble Nat Riding Horseback
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