7" x 6" x 25.5". Unusually tall polychrome wood kris stand in figural form, possibly meant to depict a deity. The figure wears a traditional headdress, its right hand forms the slot for the kris while the left hand shows the index and middle fingers extended upward, while the remaining three fingers are joined at the palm, possibly in a "mudra" or spiritual hand gesture.
Good overall. Some splitting of wood medium present, but stability has not been compromised. Some light wear to paint on edges and areas of ornate carving.
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