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Chinese Bronze Buddha Statue
Pu Hiun Riding Six Tusks Elephant

Orgin: China. Circa: early 20th century
H 11 in.(28cm), W 9.5 in.(24cm.), D 5.5 in.(14cm.)

Condition: Excellent!


Bronze Samantabhadra
Sold to Private Collection

This is a most interesting figure, a 20th century Chinese bronze that is a fusion between the goddess Samantabhadri and Kuan Yin and is known specifically in China as Pu Hiun, the patron goddess of Mount Emei in western China. Mount Emei is one of four sacred mountains that is the site of reknown monasteries and the destination of pilgrimages.

This highly polished bronze is majestically rendered. The deity conveys stillness, peace and sits firmly on the elephant, the protector of the root. Samantabhadri’s gaze is deeply contemplative and the third eye is powerfully pronounced. Her hair, highly detailed and delicately wrought is replete with ornaments including a pronounced diadem of Amithaba which incidentally is a distinct feature of Kuan Yin. Samantabhadri holds a sumptuous lotus and her hand is poised in the teaching mudra. Shining with a honey patina this impressive statue evokes an integral intersection of Tibetan and Chinese Buddhist culture. (SD)


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