A TIBETO CHINESE GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF YAMA AND YAMI, standing in pratyalidhasana on a separately cast bull on top of a human figure lying on a lotus base, wearing various dharmapala ornaments, in his right raised hand a danda, his left in karanamudra, Yami placed in front of him offering a kapala with her left hand, the ferocious bull's head surmounted by a five-skull crown between horns and a half-vajra in his red painted flaming hair, 18th Century

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A TIBETO CHINESE GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF YAMA AND YAMI, standing in pratyalidhasana on a separately cast bull on top of a human figure lying on a lotus base, wearing various dharmapala ornaments, in his right raised hand a danda, his left in karanamudra, Yami placed in front of him offering a kapala with her left hand, the ferocious bull's head surmounted by a five-skull crown between horns and a half-vajra in his red painted flaming hair, 18th Century
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