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Antique Chinese Wood Buddha
Dharma Wheel Quanyin
Seated on Double Raised Plint
Late Qing, Circa: 19th-early 20th century
H 20 in.(50cm), W 12 in.(30.5cm), D 11 in.(28cm)
Condition: chip to one finger, minor crack

Dharma Wheel holding Quan Yin (Japanese: Noyirin Kannon), is worshipped for the realization of long life, safe birth, and avoidance of disaster. Seated in a posture of royal ease, she exhibits an expression of effortless contemplation. The name of this specific Quan Yin derives from the two wish granting treasures she holds; a Dharma Wheel and a flaming wisdom pearl. Beautifully carved from a single piece of wood which aged attractively. Details like the elaborate headdress, plump face, and gracefully proportioned torso highlight the carver’s skill. Asides from a thin crack running from the top of the deity’s head to the base of the double tired pedestal, and the broken finger on her third left hand, the piece is in good condition.


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Six-armed Quanyin

Hands of the six-armed Quan are positioned in various ways, all in accordance with tradition. Her first right hand almost touching her cheek, while her second and third right hands hold the flaming jewel and prayer beads (missing form this piece). Her first left hand rests upon the earth, while the second and third left hands hold a lotus and a Dharma Wheel (both missing from this piece). Interestingly, the hands show clear signs of wear where these accoutrements were replaced throughout the lifespan of this piece.

  
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