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A Tibetan ceremonial 'Chab Shub', 18th century, made from old Chinese brocaded silk, with a turquoise-inlaid gilt bronze stopper, 36.5 cm long, 23.5 cm wide. Reference: see Barbara Lipton, Treasures of Tibetan Art: Collections of the Jacques Marchais Museu

A rare Tibetan parcel- gilt silver-inlaid wrought- iron Phurba, circa 16th century, the central Vajra with slightly moveable prongs, the top with a gilt three-headed wrathful deity crowned with skulls, the blade with a three dimensional gilt Makara and sli

A Tibetan gold and red lacquered image of white Tara, early Qing Dynasty, 18th century, the Bodhisattva covered in jewels and necklaces, seated on a double-lotus throne in Padmasana, the right hand in Varada mudra, the left hand in Vitaka mudra, the red la

A Tibetan ritual water bottle, Ming Dynasty and later, 16th and later, the Chinese silk and fine gold thread kesi cover with a front on Imperial dragon in pursuit of a flaming pearl, mounted with a silver stopper and a woven cotton band attached to an ambe

A Tibetan repousse copper and silver Gao, 18th-19th century, inset with semi-precious stones, finely decorated with the eight Buddhist precious symbols, a mask of Kirtimukha at the base, 15 cm high

A Sino Tibetan marble Guanyin, seated on a double lotus leaf throne, an Inscription on base and reverse, dated 1926, the full face of the figure looking solemn, seated cross legged and holding a ball of life in her lap, traces of gilt on the throne. Height

A Tibetan silver and copper prayer wheel, early 20th century, with inlaid turquoise and coral, with a black lacquered wooden handle, possibly later, 39 cm long

A Tibetan copper and silver teapot, 19th century, finely decorated with silver foliate scrolls, the eight auspicious symbols are engraved around the neck, 30.5 cm high, /

A Tibetan silver knife and scabbard, 19th century, repousse and chased decoration with deer, peacock and floral motifs, 28.8 cm long

Oriental silver belt. Nine rectangular sections with bells suspended. Possibly Tibetan. Length 71 cm

A late 19th century Tibetan door, with dragon painted on cloth and applied, 180 x 84 cm.

A Tibetan silver altar stand inlaid with coral & turquoise coloured beads, 20th century, the inset amber windows depicting a mythical beast on front & verso, a copper base. Height 26 cm

A fine Tibetan silver and parcel-gilt teapot, early 20th century, with exceptional repousse and hand tooled decoration, Makara formed spout and dragon handle, the lower section with a very finely chased continuous floral scroll, the cover with lotus bud fi

Tibetan Buddha, 22 cm high approx.

17th / 18th century Tibetan lama prayer scroll box leather (yak skin) cantered / tapered shape, with metal mounts, 18 cm high, 25 cm wide, 14 cm deep

Antique Tibetan miniature silver scroll holder, approx. 7.5 cm long

A Tibetan seated Buddha, gilt metal, modelled with three faces and multiple arms, seated upon a double lotus throne. Height 17 cm

Lama's Tantric Crown, Mongolia, late 19th century, painted with a single Buddha on each leaf of the Crown, this tantric Tibetan lama Crown was made of multi-ply, hand-painted paper during the late 19th or very early 20th century. Through a fabric ribbo

A large & finely painted Mongolian Tantric Buddhist painting on silk, late 19th century, depicting five wrathful deities & a Bodhisattva, Tibetan script on bottom edge, this painting is of rare tantric Iconography (Museum conservation framed). Prov

Nine painted cotton panels from a Stupa, Tibet, mid 20th century, [9]. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. 61 x 18 cm

Three Tibetan or Nepalese repousse copper & gilded heads, [3], two Citipati heads & another of a human suffering. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. 7 cm, 8 cm, 7 cm

Three Tibetan bone plaques, 16th century and later, each one deeply carved with 'Chitaipati' in the centre, two with various deities above and below, the third one with scrolls, 18 cm, 15.5 cm and 14.2 cm long, see Sotheby's NY 'IMAGES OF ENLIGHTENMENT', 1

A Tibetan silver, gilt and leather saddle, 18th-19th century, a pair of confronting dragons chasing flaming pearl on each side, original leather mounted. For a similar but earlier example see Christie's New York, 21/3/2001, lot 150, also see Koller Auk

Early Tibetan silver rosewood & turquoise bowl 11.5 cm diameter

Tibetan circular box mounted with agate and turquoise jewels, approx 8 cm diameter

A Tibetan brass figure of six armed Mahakala early 20th century. Height 12 cm

A Tibetan silver butter lamp and a Tibetan silver mounted wooden bowl, 19th -20th century, 14 cm high (lamp) and 12.5 cm diameter (bowl) (2)

Two Tibetan skull cups, 19th century, one silver-mounted, one carved in relief with Tibetan characters, 18 x 14.3 cm & 16.5 x 13.5 cm, (2)

A ritual Tibetan copper gilt chalice and a stone encrusted Vajra, circa late 19th / early 20th century, 18 cm high, 11.3 cm diameter (2)

A Tibetan engraved silver bowl, 20th century, 8 cm high, 16 cm diameter. Provenance: Karma Lama, Nepal

A Tibetan Yak bone Mala beads, 19th century/20th century, with the traditional 108 beads being decorated with turquoise, coral and a brass central line, some beads showing some wear with a few repaired

A Tibetan Buddhist temple lamp, silver. 20th century, 31 cm Height.

A bronze/brass Tibetan Buddha seated in lotus position on a lotus platform 19 cm

Tibetan prayer box of small proportions with a studded lattice facade framing individual Art works 43 cm high, 50 cm wide, 24 cm deep

A Tibetan repousse gilt copper figure of Acala, late 15-16th century, the wrathful protector Buddhism originated in India where his form was often shown as kneeling with his left knee on the ground. 13.5 x 13.5 cm. Provenance: A Melbourne Private Collectio

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