Ritual ‘Kendi’ Pouring Vessel ‘sourced by Worn’

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Formal ritual pouring vessel, handmade terracotta with narrow spout

Age unknown however this particular style dates back to 15th century AD in Java, Central Indonesia

“The kendi is a well-known form in the Southeast Asian repertoire of vessels, and it has played a significant role in the rituals and daily life of the region since ancient times. It appears in sculpture and painting as an attribute often held in a hand of the Hindu gods Brahma and Shiva, Maitreya the future Buddha and the compassionate Avalokitesvara (in Mahayana Buddhism). It was used as a ritual container for holy water, collected from sacred rivers and blessed by the gods, in the coronation ceremony of a king, who cleansed himself with the water as a symbol of purification”

In excellent condition and very special piece for any home


Height: 40cm

Width and widest point: 24cm

We apologise but due to the fragile nature of this item we are unable to offer international shipping

Australian domestic shipping rates include appropriate packing for fragile items and insurance

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