METHOD OF PURCHASE
Please add the desired item(s) to the basket. When checking out, you can choose between the two options:
1. The goods are collected ab stock Either personally by carrier or third party. NB. Remember that if a person other than the buyer or a shipping company is coming to pick up the goods, ID and a power of attorney must be displayed to the buyer to avoid unauthorized disclosure.
Items can be collected Monday-Friday from 8-15. We would prefer being noticed no later than the day before the goods are picked up.
2. You prefer our help finding the best possible shipping solution.
In this case, we will ALWAYS contact you later to agree on options and prices.
- If you do not find there is a suitable shipping solution, you have the option to cancel your purchase or choose another solution.
- When goods and a suitable freight solution is agreed, the amount of the goods purchased is proceeded deducted from your account (unless the payment has already been made via bank transfer.)
- The cost of freight is invoiced by the transport company.
- The goods are shipped / picked up as agreed.
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Cambodian 11th-12th Century (?) Sandstone Carving of Female Spirit Apsara
A sandstone carving of female spirit Apsara 'Dancer'. Mounted on custom dark polished brass base. From Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Bought by the previous owner in 2011. Included was a certificate documenting that the relief is from from the 11th or 12th century. This is unlikely to be true, however the relief is nevertheless very "authentic", decorative and beautifully executed.
An Apsara is a type of female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist culture. According to Hindu mythology, Apsaras were beautiful female creatures that descended from heaven to entertain Gods and Kings with their enchanting dance.