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Antique Chinese Rose Wood Statue
Riding Sacred Elephant

Orgin: China. Circa: 19th century or earlier
H 13 in.(33cm), W 8.5 in.(22cm), D 4.5 in.(11.5cm)

Condition: age cracks, o.a. very good!

The Bodhisattva of Truth, Samantabhadra represents pure consciousness, and natural clarity with boundless compassion. He is beyond form and formlessness, and the limits of time or space. He is known as the patron saint of the monasteries of Mount Emei. Typically depicted riding a white elephant, holding a imperial scepter. Samantabhadra is part of a trinity with Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha; and Manjushri, The Bodhisattva of Wisdom.

This is a spirited 19th century rose wood carving of Samantabhadra, also known as Fugen in Chinese. The Bodhisattva is sitting in a royal ease position, gazing inward in deep contemplative states, with a life-like presence, a spiritual quality enhanced through its age; which is discernable through a couple of cracklines, and traces of stains on honey colored bare wood surface. In spite of its minor imperfection, the statue displays elogance and simplcity more often seen in Ming statues.

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Samantabhadra  Wood Statue
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