A rare moonlight-tinted celadon statue of Bodhisattva was mold in beautiful features.
Holding in one hand with a string of rosary when another hand holding a purifying bottle, the Bodhisattva was clad with Song style clothing.
Applied with light-tinted celadon glaze, the surface of the figure was kept in very good condition when numerous bubbles were squeezed in the glaze.
Some pinpoint incursion were happened to the glaze when some burial coatings were preserved on the surface.
A beautiful Buddhist figurine piece with firm body clay and glaze was very rare for celadon ware.
Date: Song Dynasty.11th/12th century.
Provenance:From the glaze type, the squeezing bubbles and the finely grained, white-tinted body clay, it owned the characteristics of Longquan wares of Southern Song/Yuan Periods, 11-13th Centuries.
A CUSTOM-MADE SILK BOX IS INCLUDED.