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Old Siam Bronze Statue
Buddha Head
Ayutthaya Style
Origin: Thailand, Circa: early 20th century
H 5.75 in.(14.6cm), W 3.25 in.(8.5cm), D 3.25 in.(8.5cm)
Measurement not including wood base

Condition: patina patches, o.a. good

Shakyamuni is the historical Buddha, the warrior prince Siddhartha Gautama who in the 5th century BCE became fully enlightened. Statuary that captures the moment of the prince Siddhartha's enlightenment has a particular potency. For it is here, according to Buddhist wisdom that we can experience (if just for a moment) the potential full flowering of our own boddhicitta, the seed of enlightenment that each human being is said to carry.

A peaceful Thai Buddha bronze head in the classic Ayutthaya style, gazes inward and emanates outwards with great peace and tranquility, a reminder of our inner essence the potential of our own boddhicitta waiting to flower and bloom, for in Buddhism it is believed that every human being has the opportunity to become fully realized. There is an arch to the eyes and eyebrows and lips that the artist has rendered on this bust in symmetrical harmony. This bronze is mounted and in fair condition. (SD)

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