Ancient Burmese opium weights

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Item Name: Toe Lion 'opium' weight
Item number: BUR11
Origin:Burma
Price: US$ 40
Dimension: 30 mm (height)
Weight: 32 gms
Materials: Bronze

Remarks: Toe is a fabulous animal that was suppose to inhabit the Himalayan forest. It has a face of a lion, hoof feet and tail of a horse. It stands on a square base.

Item Name: Toe Lion 'opium' weight
Item number: BUR12.3
Origin:Burma
Price: US$ 360
Dimension: 60 mm (height)
Weight: 326 gms
Materials: Bronze

Remarks: Toe is a fabulous animal that was suppose to inhabit the Himalayan forest. It has a face of a lion, hoof feet and tail of a horse. It stands on a octagon base.

Item Name: Hintha Bird 'opium' weight
Item number: BUR13.2
Origin:Burma
Price: US$ 50
Dimension: 25 mm (height)
Weight: 16 gms
Materials: Bronze

Remarks: The Hintha Bird is the emblem of the Mon Kingdom which once ruled over lower Burma. It has a duck's beak, feet and a crested comb. Eyes protruding, breast rounded and protuding and its wings are set close to the body. Tail is turned upwards like that of a drake.

Item Name:'Opium' weight
Item number: BUR14.2
Origin:Burma
Price: US$ 65
Dimension: 40 mm (height)
Weight: 113 gms
Materials: Bronze

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