The monumental silver model of a Temple Burma dated 1914, was modelled at Mandalay Palace. The model is of repoussed and chased silver. At 84 centimeters or 33 inches tall, it is an exceptionally tall example of colonial Burmese silverwork. It stands on an eight-sided base that has eight elegant, open-work feet. There are scenes of log carting by elephants, log processing, as well as the Company's Rangoon head office.