These are three heads from a Tibetan Avalokiteshvara or Chenresig. It is made from a hammered copper with cold gilding and a trace of blue pigment in the hair. It measures 4 3/4 wide, 2 3/4 high and 4 inches high with the stand. It dates to the 17th or 18th century.
This is a beautiful old Tibetan kalasha. It is partially gilt with a nice copper body. There is the remains of an inlaid gold double vajra on the front of the vessel. The removable spout is antique, but probably a later addition. There is one small dent in the side. It measures 9 1/2 inches without the spout (24cm)
This is a finely cast eight pronged handle to a Tibetan bell. Dating from the 17th to 18th century, it has a wonderful sculptural shape formed by the prongs. It measures 3 3/8th inches (8.5cm), and 7 3/8 inches (19cm)with the stand.
An old medical drawing from Mongolia, origonally folded into a manuscript. Measures 16 inches high by 13 inches wide. It is unusual in that the subject has the head of a bodhisattva. Estimated to be 150 years of age, but difficult to date.