A very fine and rare 18th century Sino-Tibetan gilt-bronze figure of Kubera, the figure seated in lalitasana on a lotus petal throne, holding a peach in his right hand and a nakula vomiting jewels in his left, wearing a long celestial scarf thrown around the shoulders billowing out at the elbows, the borders of his robes with finely incised scrollwork, his hair piled into the high usnisa behind and painted in reddish-brown pigment, his face with fierce expression, beneath a finely incised ridged cap. (Wooden stand NOT included).
DATE : Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.
MARK : no base mark or signature.
SIZE : approximately 3 3/4" (9.5 cm) high.
CONDITION : perfect condition with very minor gilding wear, most of the original gilding intact. No chips, dents, cracks or repairs.
SHIPPING : Inclusive.