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Tibetan-Chinese Bronze
Vaishravana
God of Wealth
Qing-Republic, circa: early 20th century
H 7 in.(18cm.), W 7.5 in.(18cm.), D 3.5 in.(9cm.)
Condition: Good, attributes loss

The bronze figure of Wealth God Vaishravana riding a ferocious snow lion, it is an image that imparts his strength and vigor in battle against evils of the demon gods. The face of the Bodhisattva is serene and dignified. His hair is pigmented in red, wearing a five pointed crown with long ribbon flowing like clouds to either sides. In his left hand he holds a jewel mongoose, and what believed to be a furled victory banner in his right has since missing. There are seventeen double lotus petals on the base in a single row on the closed base. The figure and pedestal of this statue have been cast in one piece.

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