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Quan Yin on Dragon

Antique Chinese Rosewood Buddha
Quan Yin
Riding Water Dragon
Origin: China. Circa: early 20th Century
H 19 in.(49cm), W 8 in.(20cm), D 6 in.(15cm)
Few small hairline cracks,
overall very good
condition.

This exquisitely carved large rosewood sculpture depicts QuanYin, the embodiment of compassion, standing in tribhanger on a ferocious dragon frolicking in the whirlpool of the South Sea. The Bodhisattva on dragon is the symbol of creative power, the beneficent spirit of change, and of life force itself. She is dressed in undulated full robes, with eyes downcast in serene expression, holding a lotus bud in her left hand, a boon granting gesture in her right, sinuously standing above a water dragon; the statue is a classic prototype established in Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). Since then no other QuanYin image more loved by the Chinese and Japanese pilgrims. Due to its age there is a few shrinkage hair lines, and no breakage or opened crack found on this hand-carved statue, which by itself weights over ten pounds.


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