6 item(s) found:

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Tibetan gilt bronzed figure of a white Tara, (known as mother of liberation), with bejeweled adornments, height 29.5 cm

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 finely gilded gahu amulet, heavily inset with turquoise and red coral, Tara buddha to lid and interior, an engraved visvavajra on back, 8.5 x 6 cm

A rare Tibetan carved and painted stone figure of White Tara, Circa 17th century the golden-skinned deity seated cross-legged on her painted lotus throne, wearing a blue and red dhoti and five-petalled crown, 6.2 cm high

Three small Chinese deity figures. Shayawuni, green Tara and Manjusri. Height 9 cm (tallest)

A Tibeto-Chinese figure of white Tara (Sitatara) 18th century Traces of gilt and pigment figure seated in Vajrasana, on a Pala-style lotus base, her Hands in Vitarka and Varaga Mudras, lotus Flowering at her shoulders

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