A Chinese Gilt-Bronze Figure of Vajrapani, Two Parts
Age: 18th century, Qing Dynasty
China The ferocious deity standing in alidhasana on a elephant headed figure with lotus base and beaded rim brandishing the vajra in his right hand, his left hand in karana mudra, wearing a garland of severed human heads, his flaming hair with red pigment and lined by a tiara of skulls, with a scarf sweeping around his shoulders and billowing down his sides Condition: Good with wear from aging. Original base cover.
Height: 7 1/2inches(19cm)
Provenance: By a private collector purchased 30 years ago from USA
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