Introducing our new Collection "Tapel or Mask of Rangda"
Rangda is known as a Leyak queen, she was linked to the legend of Calon Arang and also the legend of divorced and exiled Javanese queen Mahendradatta. The name Rangda in old Javanese and Balinese language means "widow".
Rangda is important in Balinese culture, She is depicted as a mostly nude old woman, with long and unkempt hair, pendulous breasts, and claws. Her face is traditionally a horrifying fanged and goggle-eyed mask, with a long, protruding tongue.
Bali is a Hindu island, and it is suggested that Rangda may also be closely associated with Durga. She is also considered similar to the Hindu warrior goddess Kali, the goddess of destruction, transformation and protection in Hinduism. But in some cases, she is mostly considered by many as the personification of evil, unlike Durga who is seen as a benevolent mother goddess of fertility and destruction.
This Balinese Rangda Mask is made of selected Black wood (Sono), Paint with green PRADA (balinese traditional gold shimmer) . Hand carved with Balinese traditional knife, intricately Hand carved, Best Quality Mask - Intricate detailing on front sides.
it's best for altar keeper, sculpture altar, increase value of you antique collection, wall decoration, show piece, as well as an exclusive Balinese gift.
Size in inches.
Weight : gr.
Please follow us on Instagram :