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A SOAPSTONE FIGURE OF GUANYIN
A SOAPSTONE FIGURE OF GUANYIN

EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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A SOAPSTONE FIGURE OF GUANYIN EARLY 19TH CENTURY The figure is carved standing wearing long flowing robes decorated with incised stylised cloud motifs and wave borders to the hems. She is depicted holding a scroll in one hand and a string of prayer beads to the other. Her face is modelled with a serene expression, and her hair is pulled up into a tall coiffure beneath a cowl. The stone is of an opaque pale olive-green tone. 10 in. (25.4 cm.) high
Provenance
The Collection of William Bedford.
The Collection of Lord Halifax (1881-1959).

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