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A gilt bronze figure of Buddha Qianlong mark and period, the figure of Shakyamuni Buddha seated in meditative dhyanasana, the right arm lowered in bhumisparsamudra the left in dhyanamudra, wearing a loosely draped robe, the face with gentle expression and
A rare gilt bronze standing Buddha Shakyamuni, Northern Wei (386-534), modelled standing, set upon an integral lotus pedestal and open stand, wearing a robe coat with v-shaped neckline, with arms showing Varada-Mudra,10.5 cm high
A Tibetan gilt bronze Buddha Shakyamuni, 18th/ 19th century incised to the back of the lotus base, 'made in the 29th year of the Qianlong reign', 43 cm high. Provenance: Perth private collection, inherited from current owner's grandfather who had acquired
A gilt bronze figure of Buddha, Qianlong mark and period the figure of Shakyamuni Buddha seated in meditative dhyanasana, the right arm lowered in bhumisparsamudra the left in dhyanamudra, wearing a loosely draped robe, the face with gentle expression and
A gilt bronze figure of Shakyamuni Buddha, Tibeto-Chinese Qing dynasty, 18th century seated in dhyanasana on a double lotus base, the right hand lowered in bhumisparsamudra and the left in dhyanamudra wearing a loose robe draped over the left shoulder, the
Large Imperial cast & repousse gilt bronze Buddha Shakyamuni Qianlong mark and of the period 18th century. Mark reads 'Respectfully Made in the Qianlong Period of the Great Qing Dynasty' the figure seated in Dhyanasana hands in Bhumispharsha mudra with thr
A gilded bronze Shakyamuni, seated in dhyanasana with hands in dharmachakra mudra, clad in a diaphanous robe with hems incised with floral patterns, the base sealed and incised with double-vadjra 29 cm high
A large imperial cast and repousse gilt bronze figure of Buddha Shakyamuni, Qianlong seven character mark and of the period, 18th century, 'Respectfully made in the Qianlong period of the Great Qing Dynasty', seated in Dhyanasana, the hands in Bhumisparsha
A Sino-Tibetan gilded bronze figure of a seated Shakyamuni, Qing dynasty, in dhyanasana on a lotus base above a stepped plinth supported by lions, his right hand extended in bhumisparsa mudra and his left held in dhyana mudra, wearing a sanghati with beade
A Chinese gilded bronze Samantabhadra, puxian, Qianlong four-character embossed mark to the back, Republic period, the bodhisattva riding a kneeling elephant with three pairs of tusks while carrying a lotus leaf 'parasol', all on a single lotus base, 47 cm
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