Golden Triangle Antiques web site sells Antique Burmese Buddha Statues, Wood Carvings | SE Asian Antiques, as well as a small collection of Old Burmese puppets, Burmese wood carvings and Burmese kammavaca prayer manuscripts, such as the highly decorative Kammavaca and Palm leaf prayer manuscripts sometimes referred to as Paysar, some rare Burmese Andagu stone stele and a small collection of Chinese antiques and collectibles. (some examples of andagu stone stele – scroll to midway of page)
Antique Burmese Buddha Statues, Wood Carvings | SE Asian Antiques
Our Buddha statues come in all sizes and in all types of materials such as bronze, teak wood, Alabaster, marble and hollow lacquer, many of the Buddha statues for sale on this site are one of a kind:
- Burmese Bronze Buddha Statues
- Teak Wood Buddha Statues
- Alabaster and Marble Buddha Statues
- Hollow lacquer Buddha Statues
- Thai bronze Buddha statues
Antique Burmese Buddha Statues and Burmese Wood Carvings are often very ornate with lots of embellishments such as gild, Thayo lacquer and glass mosaic decoration. The Buddha statue, not only adds a decorative touch to any room in your home or garden, they also give a sense of harmony, peace, and tranquillity to the areas in which they are placed.
Antique, and not so antique Burmese wood carvings, Burmese Nats, Monks and Puppets:
- Burmese lacquer ware offering bowls
- Burmese Teak wood Nat figures and Devas
- Burmese teak wood carvings
- The famous Burmese puppets – (marionettes)
- Burmese Alabaster Monk statues
From time to time I also include other art pieces, both antique and collectibles from other parts of South East Asia and China, as well as the odd rare piece I come across on my travels in Myanmar (Burma).
I endeavour to include small snippets of historical information related to some of the pieces throughout this web site, and am continually adding interesting articles and videos related to Burmese Buddha statues, Burmese wood carvings and handicrafts, Buddhism, Burmese history and other related information.
Hopefully you will find them interesting and am happy to receive feedback.