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A very fine and rare Nepalese bronze parcel-gilt figure of Tara, 9th-10th century, the heavily bejeweled figure standing in tribhanga on a round lotus pedestal with a ring for attachment to a shrine, the right hand in varada mudra, the left in kataka mudra
A very fine Nepalese gilt-bronze Attendant figure of a Bodhisattva, 14th-15th century, the jewel-encrusted figure standing elegantly on a lotus throne, 18.5 cm high, References, for similar example please see Ulrich Von Shroeder Indo-Tibetan Bronzes, 1981,
A Chinese gilt bronze figure of a green Tara, Yongle incised mark to the lotus base 22.7 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia Private Collection. Shanxi Private Collection. In China since at least the 1930s
A small Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Amitayus, 18th century, seated on a triangular mat holding a long-life vase. Amitayus Buddha is the principal Buddha in Pure Land Buddhism and he is known for his longevity attribute, pre-perception and the deep awaren
A large Tibetan bronze white Tara with jewelled neckline and earrings, the stem of a lotus flower held between her thumb and fourth finger representing protection, standing and positioned on a double lotus base. Height 89 cm. Provenance: Private Collection
Nepalese bronze figure of green Tara, the female bodhisattva of enlightened activity, seated on a lotus throne in the posture of Royal ease with left leg extended. Her left hand holding the stem of an upala flower which blossoms with a varja at her shoulde
A Tibeto-Chinese gilt-bronze figure of White Tara, 18/19th century, gracefully seated on a lotus throne with the fight leg pendant, holding the 'blue lotus', wearing turquoise jewellery, the base sealed, with a visvavajra. Glass fronted fitted case. 21.8 c
A Tibetan gilt bronze white Tara, 16th century, the fire-gilded bronze with turquoise inlay, the right hand in Bhumispharsha mudra and holding a lotus in the left, seated on a double lotus throne, with sealed base, 10.5 cm high. Provenance: Cito Cessna, Pa
A 19th century Tibetan bronze statue of Tara known as 'Green Tara - mother of all Buddhas' she sits on a lotus plinth gesturing compassion and clarity, with mantra 'Om tare tuttare ture soha'. Height 20 cm
Tibetan bronze of green Tara, 19th century, the female bodhisattva of enlightened activity, seated on a lotus throne in the posture of royal ease with right leg extended. Her left hand holding the stem of a upala flower which blossoms with a varja at her s
A Tibeto-Chinese gilt bronze figure of Tara, probably 19th century. Seated in lalitasana on a double-lotus base, her hands in vitarka and varada mudras, wearing a flowing dhoti and beaded jewellery, flowering lotuses at her left shoulder and below her righ
A Sino-Tibetan bronze Tara, 19th century seated in vajraparyankasara with her right hand lowered in varada mudra, her left raised and holding the stem of a lotus flowering at her shoulder, surrounded by an arching robe/halo, her hair adorned with a radiati
Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Tara, seated in lalitsana position on double lotus throne, her hands in varada and vitarka position, a lotus flower behind left shoulder, elaborate headdress, jewels and dhoti inlaid with coral and turquoise, base is seal
A gilt bronze sculpture of Tara, c.20th century, seated above a lotus platform, brandishing a sword, the rear of the base with script in relief, Tibet, 16 x 13 cm. Provenance: from an Australian collection
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