Bronze Sculpture(316 items)
Welcome to NOVICA’s Bronze Sculpture Collection. This unique bronze sculpture collection comprises works by indigenous artists and artisans from Bali, Java and Brazil - diverse cultures with unique craft and sculpture traditions that bring a touch of the exotic to any room.
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Beautifully finished bronze turtle, quality craftsmanship, pretty color and nice weight. This makes a unique gift for turtle and nature lovers
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Adi Noviantara Bronze sculptures
"It is my duty to make my children happy and proud of me. I want them to see I am working hard for them, and as best as I can. This gives me a stronger spirit to strive harder."
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Popular Bronze Sculpture
Handcrafted Balinese Bronze Sleeping Cat Statuette, "Let Sleeping Cats Lie"$54.99
Perfect for animal lovers, this adorable statuette is from talented artisan Adi Noviantara. Crafted in Bali, a beautiful bronze cat sleeps peacefully with its head resting on two paws and back legs stretching out comfortably behind it. The artisan uses an antique finish to complete the wonderful design, accentuating its charming appeal.
Small Bronze Buddha Figurines (Set of 3), "Buddha Blessings"$79.95
Three diminutive monks all bear the visage of the Balinese Buddha in this charming figurine set by Adi Noviantara of Bali. The three small statuettes are crafted of bronze, each with a different-colored robe. Each figure has their hands held in a different mudra. The mudra, used as a greeting or salutation; the mudra, a gesture of deep meditation or concentration; and the mudra, symbolic of protection and peace.
Bronze Statuette of Balinese Buddha, "Earth Witness"$49.99
Meditating, Buddha sits in the lotus pose with his hands in the . This or hand gesture represents the moment when Buddha achieved enlightenment. As the story goes, Buddha was sitting in meditation with his left hand resting palm up in his lap, and his right hand touching the earth. Buddha was challenged by a demon, who asked him for a witness that would attest to his right to achieve enlightenment. To reply he touched the ground, asking Pthivi (the devi of the earth) that she witness his enlightenment. Adi Noviantara of Bali creates this beautiful statuette from bronze, with a slightly antiqued finish.