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A Thai stucco head of Buddha, eyes half open with a Smiling face, 16th century, this would have been an architectural head from a temple, on a wood stand., condition: the high forehead from losing the curls & being exposed to the elements, height 24 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
An Indian/South East Asian terracotta sculpture of a Shakyamuni Buddha, well caved with a Shakyamuni standing on a double lotus throne in front of a mandola, with two attendants standing on each side and a lion kneeling in front, 21.5 cm high
A Chinese soapstone Buddha figure. In mottled grey cream flecked with iron red colours and touches of amber, a semi reclining figure draped in flowing robes, lightly engraved with floral patterns; upon a fabric covered display stand. Height 7 cm. Width 9 c
A carved stone Thai Buddha head, carved in fine grained brown stone, with serene features, elongated earlobes with earrings, his hair tied in a cascading top-knot, its bindings mounted with an effigy of a meditating Buddha, raised on a teak square plinth.
Two fine Buddhist Zushi travelling Shrines, , a figure of Fudo-Myoo, lacquer & wood Zushi with metal filigree designs, Meiji period, a fine old wooden Buddha statue in wood & lacquer Zushi, Edo period. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. 19 x 13
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 fine natural wood & stone scholars object, Okinomo, in Japan, strangely shaped natural wood objects are referred to as Henboku. There are masters of finding Henboku in the forest & mountains, they are used in homes as objects of beauty for contem
A Japanese gold lacquer wooden seated figure of Amidha Buddha, 18th century. Seated in meditation on an elaborate lotus base, his robes open at the chest and with his hands in the gesture of Dhyana-Mudra, 95 x 43 x 31 cm, similar example see Koller Auction
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