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Southeast Asia, Thailand, Ayutthaya period, ca. late 16th to 17th century CE. A cast-bronze bust of Buddha with a slender torso and gently bent arms draped to his sides. His peaceful visage is composed of almond-shaped eyes beneath thick, arching brows, a broad nose, full lips, smooth cheeks, and tall ears with drooping lobes, all beneath a simple cap and a conical ushnisha. Layers of brown and green patina cover the composition. Size: 1.4" W x 3.25" H (3.6 cm x 8.3 cm); 4.4" H (11.2 cm) on included custom stand.
Provenance: private Healy collection, Studio City, California, USA, acquired over the last twenty years
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