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Gilded Bronze Silver Inlay Buddha Statue
Amida Buddha on Shrine
Qing Dynasty, Circa: 19th Century
H 24" (61cm.), W 13" (33cm.), D 9" (23cm.)
Condition: Excellent, gilt losses

Amitabha, the Buddha of infinite life, is a popular figure in the Mahayana School of Buddhism. He is known as a celestial, god-like Buddha, said to be the creator of the Pure Land. Here the deity displays the meditation mudra, fingers held together with a slight space between his thumbs. The gilded bronze is wonderfully cast; his bulging hair composed of snail curves, a chest full of jewels, and a face indicative of gentleness, openness, and purity. Silvery whisps of cloud dot his folded legs and wrap around behind him. He sits upon a lotus plinth, meditating on top an ornate, throne like chair. A strong sense of symmetry pervades (two ribbons hang from the plinth, the two sides of the bronze backing match lotus leaf for lotus leaf; his two thumbs spaced apart equally, his two earlobes hung with hoops), a suggestion of its Qing Dynasty origin. A heavy and large bronze, mindfully cast. In excellent condition.

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