Antique Buddha Museum Statues
Jambhala Buddha Vintage Ming Style Bronze Buddha


God of Wealth

Orgin: China, Circa: 20th century
H 9.5 in.(24cm), W 7 in.(18cm), D 4.5 in.(11.5cm)
Condition: excellent!
Well cast patinated bronze Kubera Jambhala, The God of Wealth also known as Vaisravana to the Hindu and Buddhist faiths. Here he is depicted with a chubby figure, with facial features originated from the 15th century Ming Dynasty tradition. He is seated in royal ease, with his right foot rests on a lotus, his left hand holding a jewels spiting mongoose, and right hand holding a citron fruit that signifies his Buddhist name: Jambhara (lemon).

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