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  1. A Gilt-Bronze Figure of the Medicine Buddha, 18th Century

    A Gilt-Bronze Figure of the Medicine Buddha, 18th Century

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    The medicinal fruit has been identified as Terminalia chebula, commonly known as myrobalan or arura in Sanskrit, and is used in the ayurvedic system as an astringent, anti-inflammatory and to heal wounds and scalds. Learn More
  2. An Important Thangka of Life of Tsongkhapa, 17th/18th

    An Important Thangka of Life of Tsongkhapa, 17th/18th

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    Tsongkhapa at center, his hands in dharmachakramudra, dressed in flowing orange robes and wearing a pointed monk's cap, flanked by lotus blossoms and backed by a aureola, with lineage teachers above and to his sides, and the field of protectors and meditational deities below, the main deities of the Gelugpa tradition depicted.

    Size: 36in x 22in. (91.5cm x 56cm)(Painting only)
    Provenance:
    Formerly in the collection of Mr. Joeseph Schulman and Mr. Leslee Leong, whose family established a business of Chinese antique in 1888. The story of their family business has been published in the best-seller book "On Gold Mountain"(http://www.lisasee.com/). We will given out a copy of the book to the buyer of this item.
    This item was purchased by the family between 1920-1945. Learn More
  3. A Gilt Bronze Figure of Bhaisajyaguru(Medicine Buddha), Ming Dynasty

    A Gilt Bronze Figure of Bhaisajyaguru(Medicine Buddha), Ming Dynasty

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    Seated in dhyanasana on a raised double-lotus base, an alms bowl in his left hand and the medicinal leaf held in his lowered right hand, wearing a lattice-work robe open at the chest with incised borders falling in elegant pleats at his ankles, his face with a benign expression centred by an urna, the tightly coiled hair rising over the usnisha and topped by a finial, richly gilt overall。
    Hight: 29 cm
    Condition: Good without restoration. Normal wear by aging. Original base covered.

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  4. A gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, Qianlong Period

    A gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, Qianlong Period

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    Seated in dhyanasana with hands in dhyana mudra, the narrowed eyes cast down in contemplation below a high foliate crown and adorned with jewellery, the robe flowing down from the left shoulder and reaching to the square base formed with openwork scrolled terminals and inscribed with the nine-character inscription.

    Diam: 22cm x 12cm (8 1/2in x 4 3/4in) high
    Condition: Good with normal wear from aging.
    Provenance: Purchased in Australia in 1980s

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  5. A Gilt Bronze Figure of Tsongkhapa, 18th Century

    A Gilt Bronze Figure of Tsongkhapa, 18th Century

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    Tsongkhapa (1357–1419), whose name means “The Man from Onion Valley”, was a famous teacher of Tibetan Buddhism whose activities led to the formation of the Geluk school. He is also known by his ordained name Lobsang Drakpa (blo bzang grags pa) or simply as Je Rinpoche. Shown seated in vajrasana on a lotus base, with hands in dharmacakramudra, each holding the stem of a lotus supporting a khadga above the right shoulder and a pustaka above the left shoulder, wearing priest's robes with foliate borders.

    Diam: 7in x 4 2/3in, (18cm x 11cm.) high
    Condition: No restoration, normal wear by aging. With original base cover

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  6. A Chinese Gilt-Bronze Figure of Vajrapani, 18th Century

    A Chinese Gilt-Bronze Figure of Vajrapani, 18th Century

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    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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  7. A Chinese Gilt Bronze Figure of Manjuri, Kangxi Reign

    A Chinese Gilt Bronze Figure of Manjuri, Kangxi Reign

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    A Chinese Gilt Bronze Figure of Manjuri
    Age: Kangxi Reign(1662-1723)

    Very finely cast, seated in dhyanasana on a double-lotus base with right hand raised brandishing a sword (missing), the left hand holding a lotus flower supporting a book, wearing a long flowing dhoti gathered in folds around his feet and an elaborate belt and necklace with beaded festoons, the head slightly tilted in a serene expression and framed by a finely detailed foliate tiara。

    Height: 22 cm high
    Condition: Age discolored, sword missing
    Provenance: From an important collector from Taiwan

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