Chofah on Stand

Chofahs are often used as the roof finials of palaces and monasteries. Their characteristic shape is perhaps the aesthetic epitome of Thai architecture. The term chofah is made of two words: fa meaning, “sky” and cho meaning, “bunch” or “tassel”. Aside from representing Garuda, chofahs can also be made in the image of a fish or elephant. They are usually painted gold and have a small bell attached at the end. This piece is a weathered remnant and most of the paint has come off revealing the wood. On black wooden stand.

  • Dimensions: 6"X 6"X 26"H
  • Material: Wood
  • Country of Origin: Thailand

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