Description

The beautiful sculpture of frogs on lotus has been carved in pure mammoth ivory. Look at how the ragged edges of the broken piece of mammoth ivory tusk has been delicately crafted, to form leaves of the lotus. See the bend of the lotus stems and the drooping leaves while the Master Carver has managed to sculpt a beautiful lotus at the back. The hues of brown that can be seem in the top edges of the ivory is due to the organic and pure mammoth ivory, while it lay buried in the permafrost and absorbed the soil minerals. This has lent it an amazing hue that gives a richer and genuine look to the ivory.

Intricately crafted frogs on lotus

Notice the frogs on lotus as they bunch together on the leaves. See the two prominently carved frogs as they sit face to face on the curving lotus stem while the large leave bends and folds due to their weight. Look at the black eyes, the intricate detailing on each frog that the Master Carver has managed to copy from life. That is one of the reasons that the frogs on lotus look life-like and real. See how the Master Carver has managed to craft the frogs on lotus flowers all through the sculpture. See the delineated lines and curves to see how the beautiful art piece has been crafted.

With a multitude of frogs in different positions, it is easy to see how each one of them has been handcrafted in a different positions. Some of them are looking to leap while other crouch in comfort. The sculpture is equally beautifully carved on the back with a multiple waves and frogs dotting the landscape. See the shades of brown and the delicate froth of the waves skillfully hiding the imperfections in the pure mammoth ivory sculpture of frogs on lotus. It is set upon a wooden hand crafted wooden stand.

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 Mammoth Ivory Carvings of Frogs on Lotus Item Size

 

 

Centimeters

Inches

Height

18 6.69

Width

13 3.74

Length

3 2.55

Base Size

 

Centimeters

Inches

Height

4 1.96

Width

18 7.08

Length

11 4.3

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