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Gilded Silver Bronze Jeweled Tibetan Buddha
Avalokiteshvara
Standing in Tribhanga
Origin: Tibet. Circa: 19th Century and earlier
H 10.6in.(27cm), W 4.7in.(12cm), D 4.7in.(12cm)
Condition: minor abrasion, wood stand, o.a. excellent

This is a highly unusual depiction of Avolokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion who is also known as Chenrenzig in Tibet. Rendered in gilded silver bronze the figure is poised in a dynamic tribhanga that appears to be on the edge of movement. The bodhisattva’s unusual diadem is set with a ring of inlaid coral and turquoise. The long and graceful ears frame the noble features of the face. Here there is peace and quietude a vibrate stillness that teaches by presence. The right hand is poised in the mudra of peace. An ornate silver mantel graces the boddhisattva’s bare chest. Delicately wrought armbands, bracelets and anklets also rendered in silver, compliment. The cloth of the dhoti falls around the figure’s body in sumptuous folds. The wood- base is well oiled with time and the smoke of incense and we might imagine the continual offerings of yak butter votives. This rare antique Buddha is an exceptional find.


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