THE BEATRICE HOLT COLLECTION
Pitcher

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Collection Beatrice Holt Collection
Description It is a metal pitcher with a metal spoon. A spoon is connecting from pitcher by chain. The top of the spoon became the head of a peacock. The part of the mouth of the pitcher has two small figurine of lions and statue of God (elephant). This name of God is "Ganesa." A elephant is a very inportant animal in India. Ganesa being the household deity of prudence and prosperity. It is considered highly auspicious to invoke his blessings at the commencement of any undertaking. The top of the handle also has statue of snake heads with monkey. There are seven different sizes snakes on the top and three small snakes and a small monkey on the bottom. The part of the handle became shape of a rope.
Dimensions H-4.5 W-6 inches
Category 4: T&E For Materials
Object ID 1982.0098
Object Name Pitcher
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