19cm high, base 7,5 x 9,0cm
The top is probably not the orinal piece, but was replaced later, the metal is slightly darker
In Hinduism Garuda is a Divinity, usually the mount (vahana) of the Lord Vishnu.
Garuda is depicted as having the body of a strong man with wings, an eagle’s beak and with a crown on his head
Often Garuda he is kneeling in the Wai or namaste position, hands together in greeting
Garuda, kneeling on a snake, with folded hands.
The top was holding a “Shaligra”, a black stone, which represents Lord Vishnu