AN EXTREMELY FINE TIBETO-CHINESE BRONZE GROUP OF YAMA AND YAMI, 19TH CENTURY. The ferocious dharmapala standing in pratyalidhasana together with Yami and beneath his feet a recumbent bull and prostrate woman, wearing a profusely beaded necklace beneath his chest, his buffalo head with fangs bared in an animated expression surmounted by a tiara of skulls beneath flaming hair, holding a danda with skull finial in raised hand, wearing a tiger skin and draped with a billowing sash. His sister Yami in full embrace, also wearing a tiara of skulls, holding a trident and offering a skull cup, and all resting on a single sealed lotus base with inscribed single vajra mark. Exceptional crisp casting and good even all patina. Height 5.5 inches (14 cm).
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