Origin: Tibet, Circa: 19th Century
H 9.5 in.(24cm), W 5.5 in.(17cm), D 4.3 in.(11cm)
Condition: , o.a. excellent!
is graceful nobility to this 19th century Tibetan bronze. Vajrasattva is the Buddha
of purification a form of Samantabhadra, he whose bounty is omnipresent. As the
"action" or karma protector, he manifests the energies of all Buddhas.
gracefully holds a double vajra in each hand. By looking closely at this Buddha’s
hands in their delicate arch, we get a sense of the quality and artistry of this
statue. His countenance is full and in lucid concentration highlighted by a crystal
at the ajana chakra. The Buddha’s headdress is rendered in intricate and sumptuous
detail. His topknot towered as a symbolic stupa, and robes take on the form of
a luminous nebulae, radiant rainbow mists that gracefully and elegantly highlights
his form as he sits on a full-lipped lotus.