A Chinese Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze Buddha, bodhisattva figure model of Tara. Seated in meditative posture with legs folded in dhyanasana position upon a double lotus throne, the
Weight upon the right hip, the body gently swayed to the left. With right hand raised on chest level, in Shuni-Mudra gesture, with palm open facing upward, the tip of middle finger and thumb touch, forming a circle, all other fingers are extended upwards which is gesture of great compassion. Left hand resting on his lap in Dhyanasana Mudra holding a vajra. The bodhisattva wears a foliate crown and ornate jewelry, an ankle-length dhoti, and a thin celestial scarf that passes over his arms, with floral ornate emerged from the elbows. There is extensive gilding remaining and traces of blue pigment in the hair.
The underside with incised quatrefoil flori-form petal visvavajra mark surrounding the centralized DaiJi.
Dimension: 12-1/2" H