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A Tibetan gilt bronze figure of a monk, circa, 17th century, very finely cast, seated in elaborate robe, a long inscription on the back of the lotus throne, seal, 8.5 cm high. Provenance: purchased from a lama in Swayambhunath, Thailand, in 1970
A bronze figure of a Lama, Tibeto-Chinese, 19th/20th century, seated on a double-lotus base with his hands in 'dharmachakra mudra', wearing voluminous robes with incised borders, the face with smiling expression, 30 cm high
A parcel-gilt bronze figure of a seated Lama, Qianlong incised mark, seated in dhyanasana and wearing layered sectional robes, his hands in mudra symbolising turning the wheel of Dharma while in meditation, raised upon a double-lotus base with beaded rims,
A gilt bronze figure of a lama, Tibeto-Chinese, 18th/19th century, seated on a cushion base, wearing a long robe falling in deep folds over his lap and a high brimmed hat, the right hand held in vitarka mudra, the left in dhyana mudra, the face with traces
A Tibetan Tsa tsa together with bronze tally and small bronze seated figure 16-17th century Tibetan Tsa tsa of a Karmapa Lama, polychrome terracotta, 4 cm; bronze tally, Han dynasty in the form of an official, small bronze seated figure
A small bronze figure of 'Balak Krishna' resting on a cobra. Together with bronze standing figure of 'Avokitrasava' holding a torch in her right hand. And a small brass figure of a bearded lama in festive clothing with high headdress and a bronze Gaunyin
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