Yuthok Tibetan Auctions
My father,Thutop Yuthok a native Tibetan who started out in life as a pastoral nomad in Tibet. His family used to live in Yak wool tent, herding yaks, horses and sheep just like our ancestors had done for thousands of years with great freedom and happiness. My father was six years old in 1959 when the Communist China brutally invaded his homeland. More than 1.2 million fellow Tibetans died and more than six thousand Buddhist monasteries and temples were destroyed by the Communist China's military. His family evaded Chinese troops for almost a year and then walked down to a refugee camp in Pokhara, Nepal. My father went to school in the refugee camp and learned English from some of the first Peace Corps Volunteers sent aboard in early 1960s. For a time he earned his living as a trekking guide and then learned the Jewelry & Crafts Trade. My father also served as an active Social Worker for many years in the refugee camp where we lived in Nepal. l In 2001, he ended up his life journey here in USA and re-established the family owned and operated Jewelry & Crafts Business. My parents and sister Tenzin Yeshe design and make various beaded jewelry of semi-precious, healing and birth stones in traditional Tibetan designs and modern styles. We also carry large collection of Fair Trade, Unique & hand-made Tibetan jewelry, crafts, Buddhist artifacts and Tibetan rugs hand-made by Tibetan and Nepali artisans in Nepal. My ambition is not limited to expand business, but also to develop socially motivated environment to help needy people and communities. I purchase more of these products direct from the Tibetan and Nepali artisans in Nepal to support them. A portion of my profit is donated to few social welfare organizations. Yuthok Tibetan Auction Tsering Yuthok
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Dec 04, 2017
Jul 26, 2017
Brooklyn, New York
Aug 26, 2019
Jan 14, 2019
Santa Rosa, California
Jan 13, 2019
The Tibetan temple bells are a cheap, inauthentic, and disappointing product. I have been collecting asian antiques for many years. This item is really pathetic, probably worth about $5. I feel like this is a scam. I have been cheated for over $200. Unless live auctioneers makes good on this prurchase, I will not do business with you again. I plan to return this item to the sender.
Dec 13, 2017
The 2 items were modern, not well made Buddha sculptures, but one was described as late 19th century. In their current auction, they have an identical sculpture described as early 19th century.. Summary, cheap modern copies of real Buddha sculptures, probably made in China for bulk sales.