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Terracotta Kuman Thong Golden Boy Statue
- Kuman Thong figures come from ancient traditional Thai Animist and Magical Beliefs. Popular Thai folklore tells the story that the original Kuman Thong came from children who died whilst still in their mother's womb. Practitioners of Magic would adopt these stillborn babies as their own children, and in turn, the spirit of the Kuman Thong would then become their Warrior Guardian and Protector.
- Kuman in ancient Pali language means "young boy" and Thong means "golden", hence the term Divine Golden Boy
- Measure Approx. 2 1/8" tall and 1 1/16" wide
- Material: low fire terracotta with gold lacquer and oil paint details
- Origin is Thailand