Title: Zhangton Konchok Pel (1250-1317) Kagyu School MasterOrigin: TibetDate: 15th centuryMaterials: gold-plated copperSize: height: 13.50 cm width: 11 cm
Gold-plated cast depicting a master from the Kagyu school. Sitting in the padmasana position on a double lilly leaf with a small vajra carved into the lower part. Holding his left hand in his lap in the avakasamudra position and his right in contact with the ground, bhumisparsamudra. Wearing a monk's robes. The base is still sealed and carved with a visvavajra. Provenance: Günter Heil Collection (1938–2014) Berlin. Acquired before 1970
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