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A Tibetan gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, the jewelled figure seated on a double lotus throne before a mandorla, coral inlays, unsealed, 15.5 cm high

A rare 'famille-rose' figure of Amitayus, probably 20th century, seated in dhyanasana on a triangular waisted lotus pedestal with hands held in dhyanamudra originally supporting a vase, the face and body applied with a pale puce enamel, the deity with lowe

A Chinese copper repousse figure of Amatayus, Qianlong mark and period, dated 1770. Seated on a high pierced throne before a flaming mandorla, an eight character inscription at the front of the throne. 22.5 cm (with mandorla)

A cast gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period, 18th century, seated on a square pierced pedestal before a flaming mandorla. 28.5 cm high

A Chinese copper dated figure of Amitayus, Qianlong period, late 18th century, seated on a pierced rectangular throne, nine character inscription, traces of polychrome and gilt. 19.4 cm high, 11.4 cm wide. Provenance: A Sydney private collection