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Goddess Lakshmi Lladro Figurine

Goddess Lakshmi Lladro Figurine
Figurine:
Goddess Lakshmi
Issue Year:
2007
Collection:
Buddhism and Hinduism
Retirement Year:
2009
Sculptor:
Francisco Polope
Size:
15x10ΒΌ "
Notes:
Limited Edition 2000 pieces
This goddess Lakshmi can be described as a fair lady, seated on a full-bloomed lotus and also holding two lotus buds, which stand for beauty, purity and fertility. Her four hands represent the four ends of human life (Purusharthas). A plate with gold coins is found in front of her, suggesting that she blesses with wealth those who worship her. She is bejeweled and dressed in fine garments, wearing gold embroidered red clothes. Particular attention has been paid to the expression of the face, with a pink complexion and soft make-up to enhance the fine female features.

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