19th c Gilded Bronze Sculpture of a Tantric Goddess. h: 11"X L: 9"X W: 6". 11.5 LBS. Good condition, some wear on the gilding, see photos. This is a beautifully graceful statue that has a sense of both stillness and motion. This dynamism is found in better Himalayan art.
17th C. Tibetan Gilded Bronze Tara. H:8",
L:7",W:5". 4.5 lbs. Excellent condition. This is a beautiful example of a Tara that projects grace, beauty and compassion. This statue truly has a refined presence.
Late 18th C. Mongolian gilded bronze Machig Labdron statue. H 13" x W 9" x L5". 8lbs. Superb metal work; bronze with gilding and painted flaming mandorla (red). Face is done with cold gold and paint. This statue truly has "life" to it and has a beautiful, dynamic quality of movement. Machig Labdron is one of the greatest female saints of Tibetan Buddhism and was responsible for perpetuating the Chod lineage of tantric practice.
19th/20th C. A large superbly sculptured Tibetan Lama with silver inlay. H 11.5" x L 7"x W 5". 14 lbs. Exquisitely sculpted lama figure with silver inlay in his robes embroidery.Beautiful chocolate brown patina. Consecration seal still intact.
18th C. Tibetan Gilt Mandorla. H 14" x L19.5". Weight: 1.2 lbs. Beautiful scrolling repousse bronze with Garuda in the center top, surrounded by asparas, makaras and lamas. Outer ring contains images of lamas, protectors and flowers. Slight damage at top, left of center and bottom two corners missing. Please see photos.
18th C. Nepalese Garuda on original wooden lotus base. Statue H: 12" (+3 inch base)x L 11" (wing tip to wing tip) x W:5.5". Weight:9.5 lbs. This statue projects a beautiful devotional and compassionate feeling and has great presence.
Exquisite small (5.5 inches)Parvati statue. This piece has lyrical body movement and a tremendous amount of grace for its size. Parvati is the Hindu goddess of Love. The consecration seal is still intact on the bottom.
!8th C. Tibetan thangka of an Arhat, the guardians of the North and West, Amitabha Buddha (Buddha of Infinite Light) and a tiger. Painting without silk mounting measures 20" x 13.5. The silk mounting has several tears on the top and bottom where the thangka is attached to the dowels. See photos.