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

A bronze stupa with crowning lotus bud at top, inside hollow, 20 cm high

Chinese brass Stupa with figure of Buddha inside, calligraphy to base, 29 cm high

A pair of Stupa lamps with brass on bell form bases 50 cm high

A carved four faced Buddha with a tiered Stupa Crown. Carved from one large hardstone block, the four faces symbolize the four books of the Vedas, the Hindu scriptures and the source of all knowledge in the creation of the universe. Height 18 cm

A Burmese lacquered giltwood Buddha late 19th century, the standing figure with out swept robes and both hands in varada mudra, having a tightly knotted coiffure surmounted by a stupa finial, raised on a tiered platform base, 149 cm high

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