RARE STATUE DE SYAMATARA EN BRONZE DORE ET PEINT
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RARE STATUE DE SYAMATARA EN BRONZE DORE ET PEINT

CHINE DU NORD, FIN DE LA DYNASTIE QING (1644-1911)

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RARE STATUE DE SYAMATARA EN BRONZE DORE ET PEINT
CHINE DU NORD, FIN DE LA DYNASTIE QING (1644-1911)
Syamatara is seated in a relaxed posture in a form of lalitasana on a plinth. Her right hand is lowered in varadamudra while the left is raised in vitarkamudra. She is wearing a sari finely decorated with floral and geometric designs. Her face displays a serene expression with downcast eyes below arched eyebrows. Her hair is coiffed in a triple gourd-shaped chignon and secured by a tiara. There are traces of gilt decoration remaining.
39 3/8 in. (100 cm.) high
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ƒ: In addition to the regular Buyer’s premium, a commission of 5.5% inclusive of VAT of the hammer price will be charged to the buyer. It will be refunded to the Buyer upon proof of export of the lot outside the European Union within the legal time limit. (Please refer to section VAT refunds)
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A RARE GILT AND PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE OF SYAMATARA
NORTH CHINA, LATE QINQ DYNASTY (1644-1911)

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