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Antique Sino Tibetan Gilded Bronze
Shakyamuni
Holding Medicine Bowl
Origin: Tibet, Circa: late 19th Century
H 14 in.(36cm) W 10 in.(25cm) D. 9 in.(23cm)
Condition: minor imperfection, o.a. very good!


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A gleaming gilded bronze Shakyamuni Buddha at the moment of enlightenment, with eyes down cast meditating in a serene smile, a curled hair adorns the forehead between the eyebrows at the ajna chakra, and the pierced long earlobes indicated his royal heritage. The Buddha is seated on a double lotus throne in in the vajrasana posture, his right arm is extended across the knee in the Earth Witness gesture, and the left hand holding a medicine bowl. The voluminous bronze figure is well cast in two sections, and hand chased with details of a meander embroidery on the robes, meticulously polished surface with dark recessions and aged patina. Its overall conception is subtly realized in an unshakeable equipoise.

  
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