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A gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, 19.5 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia private collection, given as gift in Beijing in the 1950s

A gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, 45.5 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia Private Collection, purchased in the 1960s in Kyoto and hence by descent (by repute)

A small Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, 18th century, seated on a triangular mat holding a long-life vase. Amitayus Buddha is the principal Buddha in Pure Land Buddhism and he is known for his longevity attribute, pre-perception and the deep awaren

A gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, 19 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia Private Collection

A Chinese cast gilt bronze seated figure of Amatayus, 18th century, unsealed, one scroll inside the figure. 16 cm high. For a similar example see Mossgreen Autumn Auction Series 19/06/2013, lot 88. Provenance: A Melbourne Private Collection

A bronze figure of Amatayus, nine character mark 'The Forty-fifth year of Qianlong' (1780) and of the period seated on a pierced rectangular pedestal before a flaming mandorla. 24 cm high. Provenance: A Melbourne Private Collection

A gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, Tibet, 16th to 17th century seated on lotus throne with his hands cradling the kalasa in his lap, adorned with jewellery and large earrings inlaid with turquoise, the forehead centred by an urna, crowned with a tiara, the

A small Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Amatayus, 18th century, seated on a triangular mat holding a vase. 9 cm high. Provenance: A Private Melbourne Collection

A cast gilt-bronze figure of Amatayus, nine character mark '23rd year of Quianlong' (1761), and of the period seated on a pierced rectangular pedestal before a flaming mandorla. 21.5 cm high

A Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, 18th/19th century, seated in dhyanasana with hands in dhyanamudra supporting a vase of fruits, wearing jewellery and dhoti, the hair drawn into a high headdress, the reverse inscribed in Tibetan script, 13.5 c

A large bronze statue of Buddha Amitayus (Longevity), with Ming mark to top of base. Early 20th century, possibly earlier. Some wear to gilt and enamels. Height 47 cm

A gilt-lacquered bronze figure of Amitayus, late Ming/ early Qing Dynasty seated in dhyanasana on a waisted lotus base, with hands in dhyanamudra supporting a small vase, wearing a dhoti and beaded necklaces and earrings, the hair drawn up into a knotted j

A Chinese gilt-bronze seated figure of Amitayus, early Qing Dynasty, 17th/18th century. 16.8 cm high. Provenance: Apsara Antiques, 2008. A Sydney private collection

A gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, Qing Dynasty Qianlong period, seated in dhyanasana in front of a flaming double mandorla on a tapering rectangular throne with corner foliate supports, and with drapery falling over the front, the figure with hands in dhya

Two Tibeto-Chinese gilt-bronze figures of Amitayus, Qing Dynasty, 18th century, each one seated on a double-lotus throne, part of a larger set, unsealed. 14 cm high

A Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, 18th/19th century seated in dhyanasana with hands in dhyanamudra supporting a vase of fruits, wearing jewellery and dhoti, the hair drawn into a high headdress, the reverse inscribed with the number 113 in Tib

A Tibeto-Chinese bronze figure of Amitayus, probably 19th century seated in dhyanasana with hands in the meditation mudra on a double-lotus base, the base sealed with the double-vajra, slight traces of gilding and polychrome decoration. Height 11 cm. Width

A Tibeto-Chinese gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, 18th century, Qing Dynasty. Seated in vajrasana on a lotus throne, holding a kalasa. 20 cm high. Provenance: Melbourne private collection; Mossgreen Auction 'The Mitchell- Stirling Sale', Sydney, February 20

A gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, tibetan, 19th century, seated in dhyanasana on a double-lotus base, the base sealed with the double-vajra. Height 15 cm. Width 10 cm

A Sino-Tibetan gilded bronze figure of Amitayus, 19th century seated in dhyanasana with hands in dhyana mudra, holding a bowl, replaced, and wearing an elaborate Crown, jewellery and flowing robes, accented with semi precious stones and gilt with a later c

A Tibetan copper-bronze seated figure of Amitayus, 17-18th century

A gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, Tibeto-Chinese, 19th century, seated in dhyanasana on a lotus base, with hands in dhyana mudra supporting a missing ambrosia vase, wearing a long dhoti, trailing scarf and jewellery; together with a gilt bronze figure of B

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