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Antique Tibetan Gilt Bronze Statue
Bodhisattva of Purification
Origin: Tibet, Circa: 19th century
H 14.75 in.(37.5cm), W 9.5 in.(24cm), D 5.5 in.(14cm)
Condition: very good!

A large antique Vajrasattva, the Buddha of purification, a representation of the transformative Diamond Essence. From 19th century Tibet, stylistically of Chinese influence, this traditional depiction of Vajrasattva is a rare find. The Buddha Vajrasattva is seated in full lotus posture, its formal symmetry is lightly offset by a left leaning lilt. The statue is well-cast with painted blue hair, cold gold on the lower garment, and in contrast a smooth gilded gold shine on the figure, he is adorned with coral and turquoise stones, though a few inlays are now missing. In his right hand palm upward against the chest, he is holding the vajra that representing the way of the masculine, and in his left a ghanha (bell) representing the feminine wisdom. The Vajrasattva statue is consecrated and sealed with a large vishvavajra etched into the copper base plate. With only minor abrasions from handling through the ages, the statue is in very good condition.

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