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Antique Chinese Gilt Polychrome Stone
Shakyamuni Buddha

Flaming Mandola
Inscripted Tang Dynasty, 618-906 A.D.
Attributed to Ming 15th Century
h.26 in.(66cm.) X w.11.5 in.(29cm.) X d.9 in.(23cm.)
Condition: excellent!

 

 

Transliteration of Chinese Inscription : Tang Xuan Zong second year sixth month eleventh day Pa-Cha-Ka six men create likeness of seated Amitabha.

Interpretation: In the reign of the emperor Tang Xuan Zong, in the second year, sixth month, eleventh day (of the year from 901-906 A.D.) a group calling itself Pa-Cha-Ka consisting of six members, commissioned this likeness of the seated Amitabha. (Tang Xuan Zong was the last emperor of the Tang Dynasty.)


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