A fine gilt bronze model of Buddha seated with legs crossed upon a lotus throne, his hands delicately modeled in the Dharmachakra (Wheel of the law) Mudra and his face with a peaceful expression. 3 Character inscription "Du Dao Ren" on the reverse. Hollow with open bottom.
An ivory Guanyin wearing a finely carved hooded robe, holding a ruyi scepter in one hand, the other raised in a mudra, the hollow material with an insert in the base incised with an apocryphal Chenghua mark. 6 3/8" tall. Late Qing Dynasty.
A miniature gilt bronze Buddha from a traveling shrine, seated upright with legs crossed upon a lotus throne, a robe draped over his left shoulder, his left hand holding an alms bowl, the other resting upon his knee, his hair and eyes with remaining lapis pigment. 3.7 cm tall. Qing Dynasty or earlier.