Multiple head idols:
1. A tiny Panchamukhi Ganesha – meaning Ganesha with 5 heads (approximately 15mm in height) in brass. He is seated on a lotus base with traditional styling similar to that is found in temple idols.
2. A three headed Ganesha (approximately 60 mm in height) made out of clay. This is a very artistic representation of a modern form of Ganesha in the use of colours, features and decorative elements.
3. A metal Panchamukhi Ganesha in a standing posture (approximately 140mm in height) with an antique copper finish and traditional styling similar to that found in temples.
4. A moulded Panchamukhi Ganesha in plastic (approximately 40mm in height) in a standing posture. The colour used is reminiscent of a stone and the features are similar to a carved temple idol.