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  1. Polished Bronze
    $1,299

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  2. Polished Bronze
    $595

    Bronze Rain Drum StoolThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  3. Brown
    $1,799

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  4. Green
    $795

    Rain Drum with Foo DogThis rain drum has the usual features of the South-east asian raindrum with the feature of the protective Foo Dog.

    Bronze Each piece you see here is made individually by our master artisans. The craftsmanship involved creates slight variations in color, finish, size, and shape - a quality we consider to be an added touch of uniqueness. The remarkable detail of our bronze sculptures is due to meticulous and labor-intensive care by Thai craftsmen to produce these unique sculptures of exquisite detail and timeless durability. Buffing, polishing, and patinising give each piece its final green-grey verdigris or bronze luster, which conveys the essence of what we at Eastern Serenity admire in South-East Asian art.

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  5. Polished Bronze
    $1,799

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  6. Verdigris
    $1,699

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  7. Verdigris
    $1,499

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  8. Hourglass Pedestal
    $399

    Pedestal Rain Drum This smaller hourglass-shaped drum is attractive and useful as a display stand or to show on its own.

    Bronze Each piece you see here is made individually by our master artisans. The craftsmanship involved creates slight variations in color, finish, size, and shape - a quality we consider to be an added touch of uniqueness. The remarkable detail of our bronze sculptures is due to meticulous and labor-intensive care by Thai craftsmen to produce these unique sculptures of exquisite detail and timeless durability. Buffing, polishing, and patinising give each piece its final green-grey verdigris or bronze luster, which conveys the essence of what we at Eastern Serenity admire in South-East Asian art.

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  9. H 22" Dia 13" Rain Drum
    $1,295

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the

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  10. Bird Drum Stool
    $695

    Dongson drum with Animal Motif. This small drum has a matching design to our Bird Drum with the same river delta motif of animals such as the buffalo, birds, fish and turtles.

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  11. H 16" Dia 16" Rain Drum
    $999

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  12. Bird Drum
    $1,999

    Bird and Buffalo Drum with River MotifThis design shows why these drums were believed to be icons of fertility. The river delta denizens, the fish, turtle, birds, and buffalo are shown in strong relief.

    Bronze Each piece you see here is made individually by our master artisans. The craftsmanship involved creates slight variations in color, finish, size, and shape - a quality we consider to be an added touch of uniqueness. The remarkable detail of our bronze sculptures is due to meticulous and labor-intensive care by Thai craftsmen to produce these unique sculptures of exquisite detail and timeless durability. Buffing, polishing, and patinising give each piece its final green-grey verdigris or bronze luster, which conveys the essence of what we at Eastern Serenity admire in South-East Asian art.

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  13. Verdigris
    $1,299

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  14. Dragon Drum
    $1,699

    Fertility Drum with Dragon, Snail, Spider fertility symbols.This reproduction of a fertility artifact of the Dong San culture exhibits various symbols of power and fertility.

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  15. H 25" Dia 30" Rain Drum
    $3,499

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

    Bronze Each piece you see here is made individually by our master artisans. The craftsmanship involved creates slight variations in color, finish, size, and shape - a quality we consider to be an added touch of uniqueness. The remarkable detail of our bronze sculptures is due to meticulous and labor-intensive care by Thai craftsmen to produce these unique sculptures of exquisite detail and timeless durability. Buffing, polishing, and patinising give each piece its final green-grey verdigris or bronze luster, which conveys the essence of what we at Eastern Serenity admire in South-East Asian art.

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  16. H 21" Dia 26" Rain Drum
    $1,999

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  17. Polished Bronze
    $1,499

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  18. Green
    $3,999

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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  19. Brown
    $1,199

    Bronze Rain Drum with Frog DetailThese magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia. The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric patterns moving toward the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.

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Rain Drum

These magnificent tables are known as rain drums for both the fertility images depicted in the design and for the unique sound they make when struck by the heavy monsoon rains of Southeast Asia.

The drum shapes replicate huge bronze artifacts manufactured over thousands of years by the Dong-son civilization in Southeast Asia. A radiating raised sun pattern in the center of the drum head is surrounded by concentric rings of geometric pat terns moving toword the edge. Four triple frog embellishments are suitable for supporting a glass top, thereby allowing the drum to be used as a table. The sides are decorated with leaf images and three small elephants climb up the side. The 13 by 18 drum has a smooth top (no frogs) because it is often used as a stool. These images are cast bronze, handmade in Thailand by traditional methods.