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Nepalese Carved Conch Shell
Eight Treasures
Lotus Mandala
Origin: Nepal, Circa: 20th Century
H 6.5 in.(16.5cm), W 4 in.(2.5cm), D 3.5 in.(9cm)
Condition: very good!

Conch shell horns are blown during rituals in many Buddhist traditions. Though Tibetan conch shells are often decorated with silver mounts but few are carved. Which makes this Nepalese example a highly collectible piece for its finely ornate relief, which featuring a large lotus flower in the center, circumvented by a frieze of petals overlaid with eight auspicious symbols, including a lotus flower, a dharmacakra, two goldfish, an endless knot, a banner, a vase, a parasol, and a conch, all framed inside a circular ribbon of stylized waves, above a two rows lotus flower near the base of the conch. This aged conch is a Feng Shui emblem for good fortune and harmony.


Estimated value $300
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