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Sukhothai Bronze Artifact
Buddha Hand
Circa: 14th-15th century
H 9 in.(23cm.), W 3 in.(7.5cm.), D 1.5 in.(4cm.)
MEASUREMENT INCLUDING WOOD BASE IS 13" H

The Sukothai or Sukodhaya Style was flowering in the 12th-14th Century, with an emphasis on metal sculpture and stoneware. Cambodian influence waned and an independent tradition arose that favored sharp delineation of form. Although that style eventually exhausted itself, relying on elaborate ornamentation and over-refinement of forms, it helped define Thai art styles that continue to this day.

This fragment exemplifies the delicacy and grace that appears in sculpture from the period. The form is smoothly finished with chased details that describe the fingernails and the scalloped base of the fingers.The curved-back fingertips are elegantly formed and angled at the ends. The fragment gives a sense of the whole, and represents the entire Buddha showing the “no fear” gesture.

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