A very fine and large figure of Buddha from
the Himalayan regions, most likely Tibet.
High copper bronze this Buddha is repousse.
Consecration in the form of paper prayer scrolls is visible deep inside.
The Buddha was damaged many years ago probably during the cultural revolution.The head was detached and re-attached during repair.
It was repaired in Tibet and placed back into veneration.It is intact with all its original parts.
A large and very handsome figure.
Circa 1800 or ...click for details
An ancient Jain bronze figure of a saint or Tirthankara from India.Silver inlaid with a long dedicatory inscription including date on the back.Excellent condition.
7 1/2 inches H.
A rare and massive Tibetan bronze double Vajra.
Very fine,complicated casting.Smooth to the touch.Spun in a circular motion it creates a mandala.
Uncleaned condition.Found in a box of old tools in the English countryside.Excellent condition.
6 1/2 inches L. 1 3/4 inches H.
A very finely cast and ancient miniature Tibetan bronze Vajra with a very lovely yellow patina.
Worn and smooth to the touch.Probably used as an amulet.
Circa 1750 or earlier
2 1/2 inches L 3/4 inches H.
A fine yellow sandstone stele from India of riders and 2 griffins or fantastic animals.
Cracked in half but rejoined.Some wear.Slight discoloration or minor restoration to face on the right.
Circa 12th C.
19 inches H. 7 1/4 inches W.