A magnificent bronze Guanyin was preserved in a decent look.
By a very fine condition, the bronze deity was reserved with the original patina of the painted gold leaf and the enduring old and darken bronze sheen.
Sitting on the legendary holy beast- Hong, the Guanyin was in a easy-posture with one leg resting on the back of the animal and with another leg stepping on the lotus pedestal.
She was heavily cast by fine quality of bronze and was carved by brilliant craftsmanship.
From the characteristics of the facial features and the decoration on the robe.
And from the enduring old patina on the surface, the bronze piece was dated as a piece from early Ming periods of 14th/15th century.
Height: 28cm, Width: 17.2cm, Depth:11cm.