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Vintage Sino Tibetan Bronze Buddha
Kubera Jambhala
God of Wealth

Orgin: China, Circa: 20th century
H 13 in.(33cm), W 9 in.(23cm), D 6.5 in.(17cm)
Condition: very good!

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Cast in a gleaming bronze, finely realized facial features with a seven-pointed crown.Kubera Jambhala also known as Viasravana to the Hindu and Buddhist faiths. The God of Wealth graciously realized in Sino Tibetian style. His right foot rests on a conch shell supported by a lotus, while right hand holds a citron fruit; said to be the origin of his Buddhist name (Jambhara = lemon). His left hand holds a mongoose vomiting white jewels, piled neatly in a stack. The mongoose is also the enemy of the snake, such as the one hanging from his neck, a symbol of greed and hatred. It is said that by providing wealth, he allows freedom so that one may focus on a path of spirituality. A beautiful piece in excellent condition.

  
  
  
  
 



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