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Tibetan silver travelling shrine 'Gau', of square form with ruyi shaped top, decorated with flaming pearl flanked by two dragons, set within a red, gilt and green brocade case, height 23 cm

A fine carved Burmese sandalwood pagoda shrine carving, c.1960, the hexagonal trunk section of the pagoda opening on hinges to reveal three niches carved in high relief with Guan Yu flanked by two standing deities; the upper sections carved as multi-tiered

Qing ivory carved temple shrine with fine incised detail & working doors opening to a seated deity. Condition good to fair, some minor reatoration. Height 30 cm

Antique signed ivory Buddhist shrine all very intricately carved in a shallow relief, the doors opening to reveal deity standing on lotus throne with two child attendants (some faults) 22 cm height

A Japanese lacquer & gilt shrine, with bronze fittings, Taisho period, inside a carved & painted seated buddha, holding a strand of pray beads, height 20, length 15 cm

A fine & elegant lacquer travelling shrine, pierced metal work clasp, characters inscribed on reverse, Edo period, metal trim around the eve & around the base, a carved wooden seated Buddha holding dorji in the gilt interior, condition: minor lacqu

A Japanese lacquer shrine and two lacquer boxes, 19th century and later, the shrine 34 cm high (3)

Tibetan Gau reliquary copper with silver repousse front panel with dragon designs and three window to the interior in which sits a figurine of a deity, the shrine encased in a brocaded material pouch. Approx. Height 24 cm

A Tibetan travelling shrine in cloth case repousse silver top, copper casing, with three polychrome deities 25 cm high

Meiji period gilt lacquer Buddha shrine in case circa 1880, measures

A large Tibetan silver and copper Gau (travelling shrine) with repousse design of Buddhist sacred objects, containing 3 deities presented with brocade carrying case, 23.5 cm

Japanese lacquer zushi (portable shrine), the two hinged doors with gilt metal fittings, opening to reveal Buddha Amithaba sitting on a tall lotus stand before a mandorla. Height 38 cm. Provenance: Pat Booth Collection

A Japanese black and gold lacquer shrine, Meiji period (1868-1911), housing a fine wooden Japanese seated Buddha, early Edo period, 17th century, holding a lotus flower and wearing an elaborate metal filigree Crown, crystal Ushnisha, the flowing robes cove

A fine silver & copper Tibetan travelling shrine 'Gau' with three shaped niche containing clay polychrome deities, the repousse silver border of dragons and auspicious symbols on the front, the copper back opens, the narrow sides set with two pairs of silv

A Chinese Qingbai-style Buddhist Guanyin shrine, modeled as a rockwork grotto centered by a figure of Guanyin seated at ease on a ledge, the opening framed by scrolling flowering branches. Height 30.5 cm

Thai Phuttha Jow shrine Buddha. Agarwood, acacia resin, and coated with gold foil and silver to base, circa 1970s. Height 15 cm

A miniature Japanese gold lacquered and silver-mounted travelling shrine, 19th century, finely carved on the interior with three deities on rockwork, a seven-character inscription and red seal to the back. 8.9 x 5.9 cm

An important mid 18th century Chinese lacquer cabinet with two doors decorated with extensive landscapes, pagodas, pavilions and temple buildings, opening to reveal a fitted interior, the interior divided and fitted with compartments, shelves and variously

A rare Indian bronze shrine of a Vishnu, north-eastern India, Pala period, 11th century

A highly decorative, Japanese black lacquer and brass mounted shrine, 19th century 150 x 64 x 50 cm

A fine Tibetan portable shrine (gau), c. 19th century, the silver lid decorated with two celestial dragons opposing a flaming jewel at apex in relief and three apertures in the form of temple arches shielded with glass behind which sit three polychrome dei

A Nepalese wooden shrine 18-19th century. With central figure of a standing Padmapani 60.5 cm

Indian cast bronze shrine of Kashmiri village style, cast in three parts. Depicts a standing deity holding a fallen victim at his mercy. Set on a stepped base with torana and canopy behind. 18th century. Condition: Wear and village casting consistent with