IMPORTANT MING BRONZE standING TIBETAN BUDDHA FIGURE OF AVALOKITESHVARA
Ming Dynasty Period (1368-1644), and of The Period
The figure wears a diaphanous sanghati, crisply arching away from the left shoulder and pooling in elegant folds above the ankles. A crown, adorns her head and a high bun. A pendant hangs across the chest, and armlets are worn on both arms. Masculine arms are held chest high, with hands in Dhayana Mudra gesture of absolute balance, meditation. The lower body is Adorned in a tight thin skirt. The figure In standing form in paryankasana-virasana, stands with his weight on his right leg and his left turned out, causing his hip to sway to the right, depicting the compassion of past, present and future Buddha's, with ornate headpiece. The back of Buddha shows an rectangular cut-out, a precisely fitting bronze comes with the sculpture.
Dimensions: 18-7/8" H x 7-1/8" L
EXCELLENT condition, with normal anomalies in nature, sign of stressed surface, minor scratch & dent. Normal, considering ages and wears.
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