An Indian wooden carving of a winged woman holding a garland, 19th century, possibly an architectural fragment, carved wearing a turban with long flowing hair, her gaze to the right, wearing long flowing robes, mounted on a later stand, 42.5cm. high - Price Estimate: £200 - £400
This sculpture of an Indian chief gazing out from Sioux Lookout, the highest bluff in Lincoln County, was erected in 1931. After years of erosion and vandalism, in 2000 the statue was removed, restored, and placed on the courthouse square next to a Nebraska Historical Marker about Sioux Lookout.
Sioux Lookout Monument on the grounds of the Lincoln County Courthouse in North Platte, Nebraska. In 1931, "Sioux Lookout", a sculpture of an Indian chief gazing out from a lookout point was placed atop the highest point in Lincoln county, known as Sioux Lookout, a bluff on the south side of the Platte River a few miles from North Platte. On an unpaved road with a steep climb to the top, but this didn't protect the statue from a great deal of vandalism. | pinned by haw-creek.com
A black stone stele of Ganesha Northeastern India, Pala period, 11th century Dancing on a double-lotus base and holding various implements in his eight outstretched hands, dressed in a short dhoti and adorned with the sacred thread, the face serene with steady gaze flanked by the flapping ears and surmounted by a tall chignon, flanked by two seated musicians with drums and cymbals with the rat and a donor figure below 16½ in. (41.8 cm.) high