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Antique Chinese Camphor Wood Carving
Quan Yin Bodhisattva
Teaching with Ruyi
Circa:, Qing Dynasty, (1644-1911)
H 23 in.(58cm) W 6.5 in.(16.5cm) D 5.5 in. (14cm)

Paint loss and aged condition.

The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara whose Chinese name is Quan Sei-yin ( or Quan Yin ) means "Observer of World Sound". She is the most beloved Buddhist deity in Japan and China.

Avalokiteshvara was definitely male in India and Java. He was worshipped as one of the bodhisattva in the realm of Amitabha Buddha. The Lotus Sutra lists his thirty-three transformations from male to female; which illustrates the infinity of means of salvation in his great compassion to rescue faithfuls from perils.

This antique wood carving is quite old. The superb artisan style, age cracks and natural color leads us to believe that she was carved in Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), possibly around 18th century.

Quan Yin with Ruyi
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Quan Yin with Ruyi
 
  
   
Quan Yin with Ruyi back

Quan Yin with Ruyi lt

 
 
   
Quan Yin with Ruyi base view
 
 
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