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LP3ELERD60-L-CLR
Lotus Panel 3 Elephant Round 60 cm
The three headed elephant is of Buddhist/Hindu origin (Airavata or Erawan). The symbol was used in the Kingdom of Laos flag. The three heads of the elephant came to represent each of the former small kingdoms of the Kingdom of Laos: Vientiane, Luang Prabang, and Xieng khouang or Champassak. In Laos? history the Three-head elephant started to ...
HaussmannLotus Panel 3 Elephant Round 60 cm

Haussmann

Lotus Panel 3 Elephant Round 60 cm

$370.51

Item #: LP3ELERD60-L-CLR

Mfg Part #: LP3ELERD60-L-CLR

EAN #: 8858900906111

Shipping: Item will be shipped before or on 10/10/2022

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The three headed elephant is of Buddhist/Hindu origin (Airavata or Erawan). The symbol was used in the Kingdom of Laos flag. The three heads of the elephant came to represent each of the former small kingdoms of the Kingdom of Laos: Vientiane, Luang Prabang, and Xieng khouang or Champassak.
In Laos? history the Three-head elephant started to appear about eighteenth century due to the separation of three smaller countries from Lan Xang in Laos.
The three head elephant is the symbol of three major Gods in Buddhist/Hindu mythology: BRAHMA, VISHNU AND MAHESH. Among the three of them, the creator is Brahma, the keeper is Vishnu, and the destroyer is Mahesh.

Additional Information

Each piece is dried in solar rooms and then finished in propane kilns. Each piece is tested using our custom programmed Delmhorst invasive needle wood meters to insure they are below 13% in MC (moisture content).

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Specifications
Item Spec
L x W x H in.
23.6 x 23.6 x 1.5
Country of Origin
Thailand
General
Brand
Haussmann
Item #
LP3ELERD60-L-CLR
Mfg Part #
LP3ELERD60-L-CLR
EAN
8858900906111
Dimensions (L/W/H)
23.6x23.6x1.5
Weight
11 lbs
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