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Vintage Tibetan Gilded Bronze
Hayagriva Phurba
Ritual Dagger
Origin: Tibet. Circa: early 1900's
H 14 in.(36cm), W 2.75 in.(19cm), D 2.75 in.(19cm)
Condition: very good!

Inserted into a lava rock which serves as its pedestal, the tip of this substantial phurba is definitely rendered and comes down into a definitive point. Hayagriva is one of the deities who conquers nagas he is thought to be especially effective to cure illnesses. Here each of the three-headed deity Hayagriva's has three eyes, bushy eyebrows, an emblem of four skulls, with a horse's head emerging at the apex. Angled on three-sides is the simmering three faces of the vehicle Markara, framing the tip are symbolic nagas wrapping around the dagger point. A powerful instrument to dispel negative emotions.


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