Qing Dynasty Chinese Tibetan gilt bronze Bodhisattva figure of seated Amitayus Buddha, the Enlightened One of Immeasurable Life, Lord of Limitless Life and Pristine Awareness, the Sambhogakaya aspect (Enjoyment Body) of Buddha Amitabha. Sitting in a meditative posture. Wearing a five-point crown, a high bun embed with a muni orb, elongated earlobes braided hair hanging to shoulder level, and long slim eyes. Its chest is naked revealing the breast. A silk belt is draped over the figure body, and wraps around both shoulders. A pendant hangs across the chest, and armlets are worn on both arms. With hands on leap, in Dhyana Mudra gesture of absolute balance, meditation.
The figure is seated cross legged on a lotus pedestal. Crafted out of bronze and gilt, this Buddha statue exudes a magnificent aura and an enticing visual appeal. This gilt bronze piece is the result of superb craftsmanship, and serves as an excellent example of an Amitayus Buddha statue.
The under base marked with Quadra-foil flori-form petals Vajra surrounding a centralized orb.
Dimensions: 10-1/2" H
Over all in EXCELLENT condition. With normal anomalies in nature, sign of stressed surface, minor scratch & dents. Surface traced wear and or declined to gilding. Normal, consider ages and wear.
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