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Tibetan Gilded Silver Bronze Buddha
Thousand Armed Form
Origin: Tibet, circa: early 20th century
H 13 in.(33cm), W 8.5 in.(21cm), D 3.5 in.(9cm)

Condition: very Good!

The thousand armed and headed Ushnishasitatapattra is a special form of the goddess Tara, the female aspect of Avalokitesvara. The piece is made from three precious metals; a sliver base, gilded gold overlay, and a bronze bottom. Beneath her feet are mottled shapes, ranging from geometric angles and curves, to a trampled Chinese lion. She is said to crush humans, birds, and animals, symbols of the egocentric existence.

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Thousand Armed Avalokiteshvara

Fanning out behind the gilded torso are layers upon layers of arms. Rising from her crown, wide enough to fit three heads, a pillar of faces. In her left hand she sports her characteristic parasol, to protect all beings from all fears,and to hold off the sun. A flaming aureole encompasses the scene, its tips as sharp as the day it was cast. A sublime statue, particularly revealed in her front most facial expression... where angry, sadness and compassion converged.

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