Pyinsarupa, A Burmese Chimeric Animal
11" High x 2.5" Wide x 22" Deep Hand carved and on a wood stand
Pyinsarupa is a Burmese mythical creature often called Kochasri, possessing the scaly body of a snake, the wings of a bird, the antlers and hooves of a deer, the trunk and tusks of an elephant, and the tail of a fish. He has gold leaf finishing. The tail and wings are removeable.
Hand carved in Thailand